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Apple TV+ Offline Viewing

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.

Zia

Zia is the Chief Editor and an Apple products' enthusiast who covers stories about Apple products, Apple's business news and rumors. For tips, typos, and questions contact zia@slashapple.com

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