Apple extends credit refunds to Apple TV+ subscribers through June

Apple has notified Apple TV+ subscribers that the company is extending credit refunds through June. Credit will be automatically applied to your Apple ID each month.

Apple TV+ is home to the biggest directors and top stars
Apple TV+ is home to the biggest directors and top stars

Apple’s email states:

You’re getting $4.99/month in credit from Apple TV+ through June.

We’re applying $4.99 in credit to your Apple ID each month you’re subscribed from February through June to keep enjoying Apple Original shows and movies. That’s it — no further action is required.

With The Morning Show’s Emmy win and Ted Lasso hailed as 2020’s best comedy, Apple TV+ has set a new bar for quality storytelling. Dive into new seasons of M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant, Peabody-winning Dickinson, and more critically acclaimed series returning this year. Also, look out for premieres of Apple Original Films — including Palmer, a moving drama starring Justin Timberlake, and Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry — as well as new adventures in The Snoopy Show.

And now you can watch Apple TV+ on even more screens — find the Apple TV app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV, or download the app on select Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung, LG, VIZIO, Sony, PlayStation®, and Xbox devices. Learn more about how to watch Apple TV+.

Your credit will be automatically applied to your Apple ID each month you’ve been charged for the service from February through June.

The Apple TV+ Team

MacDailyNews Take: It makes sense for Apple to continue extending credit refunds to Apple TV+ subscribers until fans find their favorite series and are will in to pay a mere $4.99/mo. for high-quality TV series and films.

6 Comments

    1. Bottom feeder? Please don’t talk about Tim like that, Jeeve. Timmy is very sensitive in and about that area and subject. He is very protective of his pipeline and his ability to make Namaste hand signs. 🙏

      1. The Dingleberry trying to steal some of Apple’s magic? Ha ha ha. John Dingler and his “art” is about as magical as a Windows 10 blue screen. Or a kernel panic. This “artist” is definitely a tragic, anti-family values (by his own admission), anti-Western and anti-capitalist.

        And this fool expects people to buy his art. What a joke!

  1. More bs accounting to try to hide what a failure TV+ is. This accounting lets them say they have more paying customers. That happen to get full refunds every month for a horrendously chosen woke line up no one would willingly pay for.

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