Apple TV+ partners with Sony to offer PlayStation 4 (PS4) owners an extended free trial of its Apple TV+ streaming subscription service. Firstly, this offer is exclusive to PlayStation 5 (PS5) owners. Now, it is available to PS4 owners also. Gamers can redeem the offer until July 22, after which it will be discontinued.
The offer can be redeem by PS4 and PS5 players via the Apple TV app inside of the TV and Video section. PS4 owners will get a three-month trial. On the other hand, PS5 owners will get a six-month trial.
How to sign up for the free trial of Apple TV+
To sign up for the free trial you’ll need a PlayStation Network account and an Apple ID. You can create either one free of charge if you aren’t registered. From there, just download the Apple TV app from your PS4’s TV and Video section and follow the on-screen instructions. Finally, you’ll sign in using your Apple ID, and voila! Get to streaming.
Apple TV+ Subscription Charges
When this trial period ends, users will need to pay a monthly fee of $4.99 and or Rs 99 per month. The full terms and conditions of the offer are currently available on Sony’s official website.
Apple TV+ currently offers its subscribers a slew of original shows and movies, which include The Morning Show, The Snoopy Show, Ted Lasso, Severance, and more. Some of the anticipated upcoming content coming to the platform includes Ted Lasso Season 3, Friday Night Baseball, and They Call Me Magic. The service also offers its subscribers access to a huge library of TV shows and movies to buy or rent.
Existing subscribers who own the PS5 will still be eligible for the offer and can start paying again once the offer ends. To avail of the offer, players simply need to download the Apple TV+ app from the PlayStation Store and then log in using their Apple ID.
If you like the free trial, it’ll turn into a regular paid subscription after three months, at which point you’ll start paying a modest $4.99 a month. For that price, you’re getting a decent selection of original content and third-party movies and shows, all supporting 4K streaming with no ads. The streaming service still doesn’t have quite as much to offer as rivals like Netflix, Disney Plus, and Hulu, but again, for less than the price of lunch every month, it’s hard to complain.