After revealing the price of the new Disney Plus platform at a lower level than Netflix's, it's time for Dark Introducing its deal which is designed to make both competitors feel overpriced
We are not used to seeing Apple as a company that surprises at lower prices than its competitors, but it seems that for a chance to get a prestigious stake in the online content market it is also ready to break the routine.
Launch event of the devicesiPhone 11 also provided us with the announcement of 1 in November 2019 as the official launch date of the platformApple TV Plus in more than 100 markets around the world at the same time (it is unclear whether ישראל Be one of them from day one, or just a little later).
What was even more surprising than the planned global availability is the price - Dark Offer a free trial week for new users of the service (less than a free month's competitor), then charge a fixed monthly fee of 5 only, as opposed to 7 dollars in the Dinsey Plus service and 9 dollars for the basic package atNetflix In Uncle Sam's country.
In Israel, the service of Dark Will probably cost between NIS 18 and NIS 20 each month - which in any case will make it cheaper than the basic Netflix listing, which recently went up from NIS 20 a month to NIS 26 a month (alongside similar and even sharper increases in the two comprehensive levels of service , Which gives access to higher view quality and a higher number of viewers simultaneously).
Apple's streaming service will contain a large number of series and movies that have been produced for it, with a massive reported billions of dollars and allow family viewing from six different devices at once - much like theApple The new Arcade Games that will officially launch in a week and before the video service in question.
Additionally, Apple announced that purchasers of iPad devices, iPhone And new Macs will be eligible from now on access to the TV Plus service for a full year at no additional charge. $ 60 Value Benefit - Assuming that Apple does not offer an annual subscription to the platform at any discount.
Are you planning on experiencing the first leap of Dark Into the online content world, or would you rather settle for services already available in the country today? Let's share in the comments.