I rate Apple Tv + a 8.6/10. Apple TV Plus is best understood as a digital reincarnation of old-school video stores, operating solely as a rental business. While a one-week trial won't get you through everything unless you're a serious binger, there's little incentive to stay enrolled for more than a month or two.
The biggest issue with Apple TV+ is that its features are limited in comparison to those of many of its rivals. It has a small library of higher-quality apple TV+ movies and series, with only a few dozen titles.
For some, the limited library is a deal killer, but Apple TV+ has other benefits. To begin with, it's inexpensive: at $4.99 per month, it's less expensive than almost all of its competitors, yet despite the low price, it's ad-free and features content in 4K HDR and Dolby Atmos sound.
You can also get an Apple TV + free year if you recently purchased an Apple product. It also works well, according to most people: the UI is simple (if not totally intuitive), and it works on most platforms (though Android phones and tablets will require you to utilize a web browser).
If the material on Apple TV+ piques your attention, it's worth it – and if you have the cash, it could be a good complement to a larger streaming service like Netflix or Hulu.
Apple TV+ is a subscription-based streaming service that allows customers to watch Apple's original TV films and Apple TV+ shows. Although you can access Apple TV+ on both the Apple TV streaming device and the Apple TV app, it is different.
Apple TV is embedded into all Apple devices and lets you watch shows from Netflix, Hulu, and other streaming applications, but you'll have to pay extra to watch Apple TV+ on your Apple TV app.
Up to six persons can stream at the same time on a single account. Apple Inc. is the owner of Apple TV+. Though the parent firm hasn't said how many people have signed up for the program, other sources estimate that it has between 10 and 40 million users.
An affordable subscription package including an Apple TV Plus free trial.
Unlike most streaming services, Apple TV+ subscription is primarily its original content, supplementing it with large TV episodes and movies from third parties. And, while almost all of the stuff is entertaining and of high AV quality, there is simply not enough of it.
Although Apple TV Plus is free for many people and reasonably inexpensive for those who pay, there's little to no reason not to check it out if you see a new film or TV show that piques your interest. It still feels like the service is missing a truly must-see show.