Apple has announced the UK pricing of its upcoming subscription service and surprisingly it's not far off the US price.
Apple TV+ was one of the main areas covered in this week's Apple Event with the streaming service being home to a slew of original programming, like The Morning Show that Apple is reportedly sinking nine figures into. The newest show to be revealed is See, starring Jason Momoa, set in is a post-apocalyptic world where everyone's blind. You can check out the trailer here.
The service is launching on November 1 at £4.99 here in the UK, $4.99 (US), 4.99€ (EU), $5.99 CAD (Canada), and A$7.99 (Aus). And let's not forget that if you're picking up a new piece of hardware from Apple, you'll get a year's worth of Apple TV+ for free. That'll save you £60 which isn't too shabby if you have your eye on a new laptop or Mac.
If you're not quite ready to sign up straight off the bat, Apple if offering a seven-day free trial, so you can give it a whirl before you commit. [TechCrunch]