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Apple TV+ could be entering the streaming wars sooner than expected. Apple’s new streaming service is reportedly eyeing a November launch date, with a $9.99 monthly subscription price. The company would introduce a small selection of shows before it expands its catalogue over the course of several months, according to a new report.
Bloomberg reports that Apple Inc. plans to roll out its Apple TV+ subscription service by November 2019. This would put Apple TV+ in direct competition with the highly anticipated launch of Disney+, which premieres in the same month.
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The tech company hasn’t announced its official pricing for Apple TV+, but is weighing $9.99 a month, which would match Apple Music and Apple News+. It’s still on the higher side compared to Netflix and Amazon Prime’s lower tiers of $8.99, and Disney+’s $6.99 a month.
Apple TV+ seems eager to enter the increasingly crowded streaming field, which is currently led by streaming giants Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. Soon to join the ranks are Disney, WarnerMedia’s HBO Max, and AT&T Inc. and Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal. Apple TV+ plans to launch in November with “a small selection of shows and then expand its catalog more...
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