Apple Arcade And Apple TV+ Will Come With Only $4.99, Revealed Tim Cook

Anil - Sep 10, 2019


Apple Arcade And Apple TV+ Will Come With Only $4.99, Revealed Tim Cook

Apple never fails to make us overwhelmed by catching all the ongoing trends.

Finally, Tim Cook has already taken the stage of the worth-waiting Apple Special Event. The on-the-go event is expected to come with a handful of latest services and products from Apple, and some of the very first features introduced to the hall are fascinating, brand-new services from Apple Arcade as well as Apple TV+.

Apple Arcade

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Tim Cooks has triggered the show with its own game platform, dubbed 'Apple Arcade'. The service comes as partnerships of Apple with several game publishers, including Konami, Capcom, Annapurna Interactive, and so many others. In a matter of minutes, the show officially unveiled a handful of basic details regarding the service along with screening real-time experiences on some of the upcoming games, which are available in a game library comprising of more than 100 games.

For all who're using iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV, you'll no longer have to wait for exclusive gaming content from Apple and prestige developers because Apple is gonna make it available to you on September 19. As for the price, a monthly cost of $4.99 seems a good deal of some sort!

Apple TV+

Apple never fails to make us overwhelmed by catching all the trends. Being considered as a potential rival to Netflix, Apple TV+ hinted an extremely affordable fee, standing at $4.99 per month. To shed light on the pricing battle, Netflix's most popular plan is much more expensive than Apple's offering: $12.99 per month! Furthermore, your family will be able to join the package simultaneously without an additional fee. In case you're intending to buy a new device from Apple, you can also strike a big deal because you'll get an one-year subscription of Apple TV+ for free!

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The main and biggest question in the meantime is that which kind of content Apple TV+ will bring to subscribers and how dedicated they'll be. Briefly, Apple is launching its service with only a few key series. Amongst them, the sci-fic series namely "See" is the most notable one when coming as a very-first original content for the TV+. Footages of the trailers were sprung up, and all we need to do is to wait for its availability on November 1.

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