Apple TV+ will launch on 1 November
Grab a year's free access by purchasing a new iPhone, iPad or Mac.
Apple's subscription TV service was announced some time ago, but today at its "By Innovation Only" event, Apple detailed availability of its new service.
Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that it would launch in "over 100 countries" on 1 November, with monthly pricing at $7.99. There are no additional tiers, and Tim Cook also sweetened the deal by announcing that new iPhone, iPad or Mac would qualify for a year's free access.
Starting 10 September, any Aussies who purchase a new iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac or iPod Touch will score a year of Apple TV+ for free. You'll need to claim your offer within three months of activating your device.
There's also a free trial offer, though it's only for 7 days compared to the monthly free trials many other streaming services offer.
Apple used its event to launch a new trailer for the Jason Momoa-led series, See at its event.
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