With the help of Steven Spielberg, Jennifer Aniston and other celebrities, Apple announced TV Plus, a new video service from Streaming.
The announcement was part of an important modification of the TV application currently available on Apple TV, iPhone and iPad. In the announcement several actors, actresses and comedians took the stage to give an advance on their offer; Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carrell announced one of the Apple TV Plus shows: The Morning Show.
The new TV Plus service will arrive in the autumn of this year in more than 100 countries. Content, both serial and film, can be played online and can also be downloaded to compatible devices to watch them without a connection. The price of TV Plus was not disclosed.
Singer Sara Bareilles and director J.J. Abrams also appeared at the event to give details on Little Voice, a series for which Bareilles created music. Comedian Kumail Nanjiani, also the protagonist of the series Silicon Valley, seemed to provide details about his participation in the service.
The American guest Oprah was the last personality to appear to say that she will also participate in TV Plus.
Also in the audience were some stars like Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) with Chris Evans (Captain America).
"We are honored that the best storytellers in the world – both in front and behind the cameras – will reach Apple TV Plus," said Eddy Que, Apple's vice president of Internet services and software, in the statement. "We are excited to show users an Apple TV Plus preview and we can't wait for them to start seeing it in the fall."
Apple did not immediately respond to CNET's request in Spanish for content in Spanish.
A new design for the TV app
Apple has announced a new design for its TV application that manages the content of series and films of different services.
In the announcement made on March 25th at Apple Park, Apple announced that this new design will arrive in May. Apple also said that the TV app will hit the Mac and Smart TVs of LG, Sony and Vizio in the fall.
Apple said that later, without an estimate, the TV app will reach Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
The new TV app will allow users to subscribe to the new channels: HBO, Starz, Showtime, CBS All Access, Smithsonian Channel, Epix, Tastemade, Noggin and other services like MTV Hits that will be released later.
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