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A Free One-Year Subscription of Apple TV+ is Included with iPod and Apple TV Purchases

During Apple’s announcement of Apple TV+ this past week at their latest Apple Event, they mentioned that those who purchased a new iPhone, iPad or Mac would be able to get access to a one-year free trial of Apple TV+, Apple’s new TV streaming service.

However, it would appear as though it is going to be more than just the iPhone, iPad and Mac that are going to be eligible for this purchase.

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Apple’s website now says that those who purchase a new iPod Touch or Apple TV will be able to get a free one-year subscription of Apple TV+.

So, essentially what this means is that those who purchase a new iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV or Mac will be able to get a free one-year subscription to Apple TV+, as this free one-year subscription gives people in more of an incentive to buy new Apple products this year.

Apple will be having original content such as SEE, The Morning Show, Snoopy in Space, Ghost Writer, For All Mankind, Dickinson, The Elephant Queen and Helpsters that will be available on launch day of the streaming service.

Apple TV+ is set to launch on November 1, 2019 and will cost $4.99 per month. It will be available to use in the Apple TV app on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV and Mac. New customers of the service will be able to get a one-week free trial of the service if they do not buy a new Apple product between now and the time that it launches.

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