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Apple’s original TV shows will reportedly be free for people who own its devices

[2018-10-10 16:52:12]

As Apple continues to work on producing a slate of original programming that’s decidedly PG in tone, CNBC reports that the upcoming content will be made available for free to customers who own Apple devices, including iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs. The free shows will be offered alongside optional add-on subscriptions to streaming services like HBO Now and Starz in a revamped TV app, according to the report. Apple’s plan to copy Amazon’s Prime Channels model was reported by Bloomberg back in May. What’s new here is the news that the company’s own programming will be offered at no cost inside the overhauled TV app — which is available on iOS and Apple TV — when it is unveiled “early next year.” Apple has been pumping money into a...

Apple’s original TV shows will reportedly be free for people who own its devices

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