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Apple TV launches with Jason Momoa's See on November 1st

Written by Matti Vähäkainu @ 13 Sep 2019 11:45

Apple TV launches with Jason Momoa's See on November 1st In addition to the annual release of new iPhones, Apple had news about their upcoming subscription services.
Game service Apple Arcade is launching next week, but perhaps much more interesting Apple TV+ has now also a launch date.

Apple TV+ is the company's new subscription service with which it will compete against the likes of Netflix and soon Disney+.

According to Apple, Apple TV+ will launch on November 1st in a hundred countries around the world. One of the launch titles is a futuristic fantasy See starred by Jason Momoa. We also got the first look at the series in first ever trailer, shown below.

Apple TV+ pricing is fairly aggressive. A family subscription of the service is said to cost $4.99 a month. They'll even throw a full year of subscription with select Apple device purchases.

Without further ado, here's the trailer for See.

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