Apple TV+ now available on select Xfinity devices

Xfinity announced today that the Apple TV+ app is officially now available on the Xfinity Flex, Xfinity X1 and XCLass TV.

The company said that the Apple TV+ app is set to be available on all of its eligible “in the coming days.”

Starting March 15 to March 21, Apple will be offering Xfinity customers a free preview of some of its Apple TV+ original content. Customers will not have to sign up or sign into anything in order to watch this content. They’ll have access to streaming the first season of many of the streaming services TV shows and the Apple Original film “Greyhound” starring Tom Hanks.

Xfinity customers are also said to be getting a three-month free trial of Apple TV+, which will enable them to watch content such as “Ted Lasso,” “Dickinson,” “For All Mankind” and movies like “Cherry,” “On The Rocks” and “Palmer.”

The free trial offer will be available to customers until Monday, April 25.

Sam Schwartz, Chief Business Development Officer at Comcast, said this addition to its devices will allow customers to see more of the content they want to watch.

“With the launch of Apple TV+, our customers now have access to all of today’s most popular streaming services through our aggregated user experience and award-winning voice technology,” he said. “By leveraging our global technology platform, our partners can distribute apps on one tech stack to reach tens of millions of viewers.”

Xfinity customers can load the app on the device by saying into the remote, “Apple TV Plus” or say the TV show or movie they want to watch like, “Play Ted Lasso on Apple TV Plus.”

What are your thoughts on Apple TV+ coming to these new Xfinity devices for its customers? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
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