Apple has just confirmed an Apple TV + subscription price increase. Users will pay more for a monthly and 12-month subscription, which is certainly not good news for customers who have been constantly paying SVOD from the iPhone manufacturer.
Apple TV + is still available free for 3 months for customers who buy new devices from the US company (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, Mac), but if you don’t have the opportunity to use this offer and watch Apple productions at the same time, then you should Be preparing for your first ever increase in SVOD.
Apple confirmed the new price — customers will now pay $6.99 (from $4.99) for a month and $69 (from $49) to get access to Apple TV+ for a year.
Apple confirmed in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter that the offering continues to grow and users can constantly view new products and Apple TV + debuts “at a very low price”:
“We offered Apple TV+ at such a low price because we started with just a few shows and movies. Three years later, Apple TV+ is home to a slew of award-winning and critically acclaimed series, fantasy films, documentaries, kids and family entertainment from the most creative people in the world.”
It is worth noting that the price increase has also appeared in other services of the US giant – we will pay an additional $1 per month ($10.99) for Apple Music, $2 per month for the family plan ($16.99) and $10 (or its equivalent in local currency). ). More for one year of music ($109).
Changes also appeared on the Apple One (Apple TV +, Apple Music, and Apple Arcade) – an increase of $2 for a single viewing ($16.95 a month), $3 for a family plan ($22.95), and $3 for a premium (in $32.95).
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