The trend to cut the cable tv and the resounding success of Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and other streamers that produce original content has not gone unnoticed by Apple. Rumors that it’s about trolleys going to start a continuous mix of shows and popular channels like HBO or Showtime have come in the form of TV +, Apple’s first foray into a new sector ever since.
The standard Netflix costs $13 a month in the US, so Apple’s $4.99 is cheaper among streamers so far, as Apple tv+’s original shows can still be counted on your fingers.
Apple will now have to battle HBO Max and Disney+, as well as whoever else, decides to jump in while it grows its catalog of original shows and programming. here is Netflix vs Apple TV+ vs Disney+ vs HBO Max vs Amazon vs Hulu comparison
Netflix vs Apple TV+ vs Disney+ vs HBO Max vs Amazon vs Hulu prices Comparison
|Streaming service||Monthly price|
|Apple TV+ (launch November 1)||$4.99, free for a year with an iPhone or iPad purchase, up to 6 family members can use one subscription, free for students who subscriber for Apple Music|
|Netflix||$9 (Basic – 1 device, SD streaming)|
$13 (Standard – 2 devices, HD streaming)
$16 (Premium – 4 devices, 4K streaming)
|HBO Max (launch May 2020)||$14.99 (launch May 2020)|
|Amazon Prime Video||$8.99 standalone, free with Amazon Prime subscription|
|Hulu||$6 (ad-based service)|
$12 (ad-free option)
$45 (Hulu with Live TV and 50+ live streaming channels)
|Disney+ (launch November 12)||$6.99 per month, or $70 for an annual subscription|
$12.99 for Disney+, ESPN Plus, and ad-supported Hulu