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Samsung Smart TV owners now get 3 free months of Apple TV+

26 Aug 2022 | Rasmus Larsen |

Owners of 2018 to 2022 Samsung Smart TV models can redeem the offer until November 28 directly from the Apple TV app on their TV.

If you have yet to watch one of the best TV series out there, Severance, now is a good chance to get started. A new partnership between Apple and Samsung give owners three free months of Apple TV+, which is Apple's video streaming service.

- "Beginning today through November 28, Samsung Smart TV owners around the world can sign up to enjoy Apple TV+ free for three months. Eligible customers with 2018-2022 Samsung Smart TV models can redeem this limited time offer by opening the Apple TV app on the Samsung TV home screen and following the onscreen instructions," said Samsung.

Others titles on Apple TV+ include Ted Lasso (comedy), For All Mankind (sci-fi), Pachinko (drama), CODA (Oscar Best Picture winner), and Friday Night Baseball (in select regions).

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Apple TV+ on Samsung's Smart TV. Photo: Samsung

Only 2018 or later Samsung TVs

The offer is available only on Samsung TVs from 2018 and onwards because the Apple TV+ or Apple TV app (TV+ and iTunes movie catalog) is limited to these generations of TVs. Samsung does not update its Smart TVs to new generations of Tizen after the sale. Sony has a similar partnership with Apple to give PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 owners three or six free months of Apple TV+. This offer was recently extended. You can use the Apple TV+ trial on other platforms and devices, too. Apple TV+ streams content in up to 4K Dolby Vision (HDR10 on Samsung TVs) and Dolby Atmos (2022 Samsung TVs). After the free trial, Apple TV+ will renew at $5, €5 or £5 per month unless you cancel it. You can learn more about Apple TV+ on the website.

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