Apple is offering free select Apple Originals on the Apple TV app, starting tomorrow, April 11, at 2:30 pm IST. The company announced that its original series will be available to users from 100 countries for a “limited time”. The development from the Cupertino-based tech giant comes at a time when people around the world are living indoors to stop the spread of novel coronaviruses. The Apple TV app that features Apple Originals is available on the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iPod Touch, Mac, select Samsung and LG Smart TVs, as well as Amazon Fire TV and Roku devices.
Unfortunately, Apple’s Golden Globe-nominated series, The Morning Show, starring Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell, will not be available for streaming without subscription. You can watch the first episode of The Morning Show for free before subscribing. However, Apple’s critically acclaimed original documentary, Elephant Queen, along with other shows such as Servant, For All Mankind, Dickinson, Helpsters, Ghost Writer, and Snowy in Space can be streamed for free on Apple TV +. You can go directly to Apple.co/FreeForEveryone to use the free content starting tomorrow.
Indian customers with Apple TV apps who wish to completely free all Apple Originals only monthly for Rs. 99 memberships with a seven-day free trial.
Since early March, Apple has been taking measures to ensure that its employees and users stay indoors to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus epidemic.
The company launched a dedicated segment on Coronavirus on its news platform last month. Users who have access to Apple News can read articles on coronovirus, travel advice, as well as other coronovirus-related updates. Similarly, in March Apple temporarily suspended production of its Apple original, including The Morning Show.
Earlier this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced that Apple had given more than 20 million masks to healthcare workers around the world and “it is pushing for more.” In March, Cook also cited “the source of millions of masks for health professionals in the US and Europe”.
To recall, the Apple TV + streaming service made its debut in November 2019. During the launch, Cook described Apple TV + as an “all-original” subscription video service because, unlike Netflix and Disney + Hotstar, the company does not own back catalog rights. Of TV shows and movies.