Apple TV+ launched November 1st and so far the service hasn’t disappointed. Shows like See and The Morning Show have exceeded expectations. Read on to find out how to sign-up for Apple TV+.
How much does it cost?
Apple TV+ costs $4.99 each month. Yet there is a great way to try before you buy!
If you have Apple TV or an Apple device and can access the Apple TV app you can get two episodes of most shows free.
To find out more about this and the Apple TV+ free trial click here.
Alternatively, if you want to see our first impressions of Apple’s original See click here.
How to sign-up for Apple TV+
The first step is to head to Apple.com on a computer. Or open up the Apple App on a phone, tablet or another compatible device. Compatible devices are listed below.
- iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Apple TV 4K or Apple TV HD
- Apple TV (3rd generation)
- Samsung smart TVs
- Roku devices
- Amazon Fire TV devices
- Windows PC or Microsoft Surface
Be warned, the app is not available on non-Apple phones or tablets.
The second step is to “start your free trial” — you can see the button for this above.
The third step is to either log in with an existing Apple account or make one for free. It takes only a minute to make a new account.
Once your email address is confirmed, Apple will ask for payment information. If you are doing this via the Apple App and already have a payment method set up on your account, you’ll go straight to confirmation.
Once you confirm the payment method, your 7-day trial begins.
Once inside, you’ll be able to watch all available programs.
For our original impressions on the platform check out our best Apple TV+ shows this month.
The future of Apple TV+
Apple TV+ has limited content currently but has big plans for 2020. With movies like Samuel L. Jackson’s The Banker coming in January, there’s a lot to look forward to.
Plus, Apple has been snapping up exclusivity to some major books. Including Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series and Gregory David Roberts’s Shantaram.
Check out Apple TV+ official trailer below.