It has now been confirmed this morning that Disney+ will be available on iOS devices like the iPhone, iPod Touch and the iPad, as well as the fact that it will be available in the tvOS App Store for devices like the Apple TV HD and Apple TV 4K when the service launches on November 12, 2019.
Disney has also said that users will be able to subscribe to Disney+ via in-app purchases and Apple’s subscription service, which enables users to have all of their subscriptions go through Apple instead of them going through the official Disney+ service or any other website-based subscription.
Additionally, Apple will be getting a 15-30 percent cut on the subscription since Apple does charge a fee for having a subscription go through their iTunes and App Store, as well as in-app purchases in general.
This means that for those who get their Hulu or YouTube TV through iTunes and the App Store, you will be able to do so when Disney+ launches.
Disney+ is set to cost $6.99 per month for just that service. They will also have a bundle that will include Disney+, ad-supported Hulu and ESPN+ that will cost $12.99 per month.