Apple announced new steaming services called Apple TV Plus and Apple TV Channels.

Apple announced Apple TV Plus, a new streaming service from the maker of the iPhone and iPad that, according to its CEO Tim Cook, "is unlike anything that's come before". 
The company announced at its entertainment-focused event on Monday morning. The company also showed its new Apple TV Channels app which will bundle together streaming channels and services from a variety of other networks and providers.

Apple TV Plus is a subscription service with only Apple originals. Unlike Netflix or Amazon Prime Video, you don’t get access to a back catalog of licensed shows or movies.

The company also showed its new Apple TV Channels app which will bundle together streaming channels and services from a variety of other networks and providers. The service, which will also feature original serialized and film content from Apple, and be available to stream content on Apple TV, Macs, and iPhones. The service is also coming to smart TVs from brands like Samsung, then later in the year LG, Sony and Vizio, as well as Roku and Amazon Fire.

Announced on Monday, Apple's on-demand subscription service will start in over 100 countries this Fall with a brand new programming from the world's celebrated artists, including Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon etc.


Price:
Netflix charges Rs 800 a month (for its premium service), while Amazon Prime Rs 999 for the whole year. But Apple didn’t give a specific price point for the service, they did announce that it would be an ad-free subscription service with all content available online or as a download to watch offline. Apple TV Plus will arrive later this fall.




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