Apple looks set to reveal new subscription bundles for its services at next week's media event in Cupertino. Hints of the upcoming plan, known as "Apple One" have appeared in iOS source code. The bundles would allow Apple customers to unify several services including Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple News+, and more into one monthly package.
No, Apple TV+ does not have any commercial interruptions.
Apple TV+ is Apple's premium subscription-only service with original shows, documentaries, and movies. Apple TV+ can be watched on the Apple TV app, using various devices and smart TVs.
Customers purchasing new Apple hardware are offered a free Apple TV+ subscription for one year.
Apple has made several of its original shows free to watch without an Apple TV+ subscription. Streaming content included in the offer can be seen under the "Free for Everyone" collection in the Apple TV app. To watch, you must be signed into the app with an Apple ID, but no purchase is required. Shows can also be watched on a web browser at tv.apple.com.