Apple TV+ Will Cost You a Fiver a Month on Top of All of Your Other Subscriptions

By Shabana Arif on at

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]