Student? Here’s how to get Apple TV+ for FREE

Apple has announced that students will be able to watch Apple TV+ for free.

In an unexpected move, the company confirmed that any student subscribed to Apple Music on its $4.99 plan will be able to watch Apple TV+ television shows and movies without cost.

Hailee Steinfeld announced the news on her Instagram. She stars in TV show Dickinson, one of the shows that will launch alongside Apple TV+ when it drops on November 1.

Apple already offers a competitive product for students, discounting its Apple Music plan by 50%, and now bundling in Apple TV+ for free will make it even more compelling for students.

Standard Apple Music membership costs $9.99 per month for individuals and $14.99 for families, and there’s no such discount option or freebie.

However, anyone who purchases anew iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV or iPod touch will receive a year’s free Apple TV+ when it launches on Friday, so there is a way to overcome the $4.99 monthly subscription cost.

What’s more, it’s widely that Apple will launch a new bundle for Apple TV+ and its other Apple services.

The company wants to better compete with the likes of Amazon and offer a one-price-for-everything plan in the coming months, perhaps at $20 per month for Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and additional iCloud storage space.

When Apple TV+ launches on Friday, the company will have sold around 60 million eligible devices for a year’s free Apple TV+, so Apple could effectively hit the 100 million subscriber mark before Christmas when discounts and further promotions are offered.

Are you interested in the Apple TV+ student offer? Let us know your thoughts over on Twitter and check back soon for more news and rumors, as and when we get them.

Related Articles

Back to top button