After the iPhone 11 Apple event, the fanboys are going crazy evaluating what they expected and what they got. While at the event (and afterward) iPhone11 series stole the spotlight, Apple did give fair attention to its service too. Tim Cook announced the official launch details of Apple Arcade and Apple TV+.
For all the online gamers, movie buffs, serial-watchers, Apple Arcade and Apple TV aren’t here to offer average experience. Apple TV+ is here to join the content video streaming industry with more original and sourced content. Apple Arcade is one of the early entrants in the game sharing industry. And looking at the trend and youthful enthusiasm, it’s only slated to grow.
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Both the services are available at not-so-Apple-Price across the world. The gaming subscription and TV service for the family cost just $4.99 / AU$7.99 / AED 19.99 (about £4) a month. In India, it’s even lower, both the services are priced at Rs. 99 per month, making it the lowest among the competitors. If you may, Amazon Prime is available for 129 a month, while Netflix is for 199 per month. And with web series like Jeniffer Aniston’s ‘The Morning Show’ and Jason Momoa’s ‘See’, Apple aims to cut through the competition and make it to the top. Apple TV Plus will launch on November 1.
With more than 1000 games, Apple Arcade offers top-quality video-gaming adventures that aren’t available anywhere else. Not just that, the collection of games is curated by the leading experts in the industry and will be updated monthly. On the expert panel, we have renowned creators like Hironobu Sakaguchi, Ken Wong, Will Wright, among others. Apple isn’t just handpicking the best games for you. The company is contributing to the development cost and is working closely with the creators to make games compatible with the Apple devices.
The good news is that all Mac owners who always fiddled with PC games will be able to enjoy gaming experience on their platform. And those serial watchers who are bored up with regular video content, gear up – the family subscription for Apple Arcade will be available from September 19.