Apple TV+ vs. Disney+: Which video service will be your best entertainment bet?

| September 12, 2019

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In this case, we’re comparing new rivals Apple TV+ and Disney+, two brand new services that launch in November with some impressive looking original and exclusive content to compete with everyone from Netflix to HBO. Since neither service has launched yet, this is a very cursory first glance, and we’ll be updating this post up to and after each service launches. Let’s take a look at these two in detail and see which one (if either) will be worth adding to your streaming catalog. We now know that Apple’s strategy — at least for launch — is to undercut all of the other streaming players on price. In line with Apple’s commitment to keeping things simple, when the service debuts on November 1, there will only be one subscription plan: $5 per month for everything the service offers.

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