Apple TV+: Here's everything you need to know – and how to get it free

Telegraph 28 May 2021 07:41

Apple TV+ is the iPhone maker's TV streaming service, its rival to Netflix that is playing host to a new show on mental health featuring Prince Harry.

The service, which launched in November 2019 and costs £4.99 per month, is available in the UK with buyers of an iPhone, iPad or Mac getting a free year of streaming.

It has a one-week free trial for users which can be cancelled at any time, and is also available for free for a year for people who have bought a new Apple device recently.

The latest scoop for Apple's video app is The Me You Can't See, a documentary series featuring Prince Harry and hosted by Oprah Winfrey. It comes on the back of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's bombshell interview with Oprah. The show features a five part series of celebrities discussing their mental health.

The show features the Duke claiming he experienced "total neglect" from the Royal family and accused them of "bullying him into silence".

Here is how you can watch the new show with Prince Harry and everything else to know about Apple TV+.

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