Apple TV+ will launched by November this year. Ahead of its launch several details about the streaming service have surfaced.
Latest macOS Catalina beta code shows that Apple will allow Apple TV+ offline viewing of its content, although this feature will launch with certain limitations.
Apple TV+ Offline viewing or download will be allowed on one device at a time and there will also be restrictions on total numbers of download or how many times a usr can download certain content.
If the user reaches the total download limit they will see a message that says “You have reached your limit of [preset number of] downloads.” If the user downloads the same video too many times they will see a message like “Download Limit reached for ‘The Morning Show’ Season 1 Episode 1.”
Streaming services like Netflix and Hulu have a limit on simultaneous streaming, the same feature will also be coming to Apple TV+ although it depends on your plan or if you are on family sharing or not.
Apple TV+ is said to launch in November 2019 with a price tag of $9.99 per month with six Apple TV originals.