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During the keynote presentation of the new iPhone, the apple company confirmed the launch date of Apple TV+. On November 1st, users will be able to start using this streaming service of original Apple series and movies .
In the presentation, Tim Cook indicated that the three trailers of his TV series and programs, which were presented this summer, have been seen more than a million and a half times. The executive took the opportunity to present the new trailer for See, one of his upcoming original series starring Jason Momoa.
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Apple TV+ will be available from November 1st, and users will be able to start using the service by paying the amount of $4.99 per month. In addition, all users who purchase an Apple device will receive one year of Apple TV+ completely free .
Cupertino’s firm officially presented Apple TV Plus on March 25 in the first keynote of the year, which took place in Apple Park . In this presentation, Apple was attended by several of the stars that will be part of their shows, including Steven Spielberg, Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, J.J. Abrams, Jason Momoa, Steve Carell and the characters of Sesame Street Abelardo and Cody.
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