Apple and Samsung may seem like water and fire to some people. Yet the two companies work together in some areas. How about the iPhone screens that your Koreans make for Apple. Now they seem to have found each other in another way as well.
Watching Apple TV+? You really don’t need an Apple product for that. You might think that the service is only available on your iPhone or iPad, but nothing could be further from the truth. These days you can watch shows like Ted Lasso and For All Mankind on a huge variety of devices. You can find the streaming app on your PlayStation, Xbox and LG television, among others.
Apple TV+ on your Samsung
Apple TV+ can also be found on Samsung televisions. You can just download the app from the Smart App, just like you do with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Disney+. It’s definitely worth trying the streaming service because there’s plenty of good quality content out there now.
Now it’s getting really attractive to use Apple TV+ on a Samsung TV because there’s a special promotion now. Anyone who has bought a television from the Korean electronics giant as of 2018 can try the streaming service for free for three months. The company reports this in a press release.
The new season is coming (Image: Apple)
Here’s how to take advantage of the offer
To take advantage of the offer, open the Apple TV+ app on your home screen through November 28. There you will follow the instructions. However, this promotion is limited to one per television and Apple ID. After the free period, the service automatically continues until you cancel. So be sure to end the subscription in time if you don’t want to pay. The service costs 4.99 euros per month.
Still, such promotions for Apple TV+ are not entirely new. Earlier, Xbox owners could enjoy a similar offer. It is the ideal way for Apple to find customers on other platforms.
Do you have Apple TV+? Then you can watch some great series and movies. Of course we already mentioned For All Mankind and Ted Lasso. But there are also plenty of other top titles on there, such as Oscar-winner CODA and the top series Severance, among others.