Apple Rolls Out Apple TV+ In South Africa
Apple has rolled out its streaming service in South Africa, costing $5.75. The service was launched on Friday, 1 November.
Apple TV+ will now compete directly with the likes of Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and MultiChoice's Showmax.
The company is giving a free year subscription to Apple TV+ to customers who buy a new iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac notebook or an Apple TV.
The first three episodes of the brand new drama series featuring behind-the-scenes action of an American breakfast show, The Morning Show with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon are available, as well as the latest episode of See, a science fiction drama series that stars Jason Momoa.
The Elephant Queen is a history documentary with Chiwetel Ejiofor as the narrator, telling the tale of Athena, a mother elephant who protects her herd when forced to leave their waterhole.
Other exclusive Apple TV+ content includes Truth Be Told, Snoopy in Space, Ghostwriter, Servant and Helpsters.
Apple said that it would add more content including series, films and documentaries, including Oprah Winfrey who has moved her book club to the service.
In order to enjoy Apple TV+, viewers have to download the app and access it on any Apple device.
Credit: This article originated from www.channel24.co.za