Apple makes some of its originals available for free

Apple makes some of its originals available for free

Apple makes some of its originals available for free

It's not all that's available on Apple TV Plus, but it's a good chunk, and all you need to get started watching is an Apple ID.

If you're one of the many, many people who has yet to watch Apple TV+, now's your chance to check it out.

As of today, Friday, April 10, Apple has removed the paywall on certain Apple Originals for self-isolated users in more than 100 countries across the globe. The Apple TV program, which has Apple Originals, can be obtained on Amazon Fire TV, iPad, Apple TV, iPod signature, Mac Samsung, and LG TVs, in addition to iPhone and Roku apparatus. Apple is also promoting the current Apple TV Channels offers alongside the Apple TV+ freebies.

Apple will unlock a selection of its original content to watch for free from this weekend.

Visitors without a subscription to the streaming platform will have a chance to discover the latest psychological horror series by M. Night Shyamalan, "Servant", as well as the "Little America" anthology produced by Kumail Nanjiani.

Servant, the creepy M. Night Shyamalan show starring Lauren Ambrose and Toby Kebbell as a young couple who suffer a awful tragedy and go to extreme lengths to cope with it.

"For All Mankind" is a sci-fi period drama that reimagines the space race and examines what would have happened if the Soviet Union had beaten the United States to the moon landing. Join Cody and the Helpsters - a team of vibrant monsters who love to solve problems. Also included is wildlife documentary The Elephant Queen, and additional comedy and children's programming.

If you're running out of new content to watch on Netflix, Prime Video, etc., Apple TV+ is certainly tempting, especially when you consider there's already a seven-day free trial and then it only costs $4.99 a month.

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