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Tim Cook unveils Apple TV+ for $4.99 a month

By Bloomberg
11 September 2019   |   8:18 am
Apple says its TV+ original video subscription service will launch Nov. 1 for $4.99 a month, undercutting the price of rival offerings. CEO Tim Cook made the announcement at its Cupertino, California headquarters.

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