Apple TV+ just went free for anyone/everyone
Apple TV+ is now totally free (at least, kinda).
The tech giant is now letting viewers all over the world enjoy a selection of its shows starting today.
Dickinson, Servant and For All Mankind are just a few of the series that have been made free to air by Apple. Apple has not said if it will activate any other free shows (but it’s available now and you can stream shows without a subscription).
To get involved, download the Apple TV application on your device or computer and head to the ‘Free For Everyone’ tab. Then, visitors will be able to stream series’ such as M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant, as well as Little America produced by comedian Kumail Nanjiani.
For All Mankind (the series that imagines what would have happened if the space race had been won by the USSR is also available).
The series on offer aren’t just for adult viewers, either. For kids, the platform as made Helpsters and Ghostwriter, while Apple’s documentary The Elephant Queen narrated by actor Chiwetel Ejiofor is also available to stream.
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