Apple will premiere its new audiovisual platform Apple TV + on November 1. The company has bet very strongly on it, investing a millionaire in the production of its own content. It has acquired the rights to series and films, and has also begun to produce its own content, hiring great directors and actors to collaborate on these new programs.
Tim Cook wants to have as many Apple TV + subscribers as possible. Access to this platform will not only be limited from any of your Apple devices, as it does with Apple Arcade. It wants to open borders by allowing its application to be installed on other non-Apple devices, such as Amazon's Fire TVs.
If you have a Amazon Fire TV Stick 4nd Generation, Fire TV Stick XNUMXK or Fire Stick Basic Edition, you can now install the Apple TV + app and subscribe. You will have access to the platform for 4,99 euros per month. It begins its broadcast on November 1. If you do not subscribe, you can still view the content you have purchased through iTunes.
Apple TV + can now be downloaded from the Amazon app store in the United States, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, India, and the United Kingdom. It is also available for Fire TV Stick Basic Edition in 50 other countries. Amazon ensures that it will also be available on the rest of its audiovisual devices, like the first and second generation Fire TV Cube. The diamond-shaped Fire TV, the Fire TV Smart TV, and the Nebula sound bar will also have the application. The only unsupported Amazon devices are the first and second generation Fire TV Sticks, due to their already obsolete hardware.
Apart from the Apple devices and those mentioned by Amazon, the Apple TV + app It is also available on Roku players and Samsung Smart TVs from 2018 onwards. The current series from LG, Sony and VIZIO will be added to the list of compatible TVs soon.