For a while now, Apple has had their Apple Music for Students plan, which allows for students to listen to their favorite songs and artists on Apple Music for a discounted price of only $4.99 a month, which is 50 percent off the regular price of the service.
It has now been reported that the Apple Music student plan will include the new Apple TV+ streaming service that is set to launch on Friday, November 1, 2019.
What students will love about this is that there will be no additional cost to the service for students, as Apple will keep it at the $4.99 price tag.
However, a spokesperson from Apple told The Verge that this will only be available for a limited time.
This is very similar to what Spotify has done with Hulu over the years with Spotify Premium for Students, which is also only $4.99, but includes Hulu and Showtime with it too for no additional cost.
Apple TV+ will be $4.99 a month on its own. Those that have purchased a new iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac or Apple TV will be able to get their first year of Apple TV+ for free too.