Read more about Apple TV + before the debut on November 1st. A support document on the Apple website explains that all Apple TV + content is available in Dolby Vision, while most content also supports Dolby Atmos sound. As you might expect, this varies depending on the device used.
What Apple says about the quality of Apple TV + content:
Apple TV + lets you stream brand-new ground-breaking content and movies, free of charge and on demand. Every month new originals are added to Apple TV +. You can watch Apple Originals in 4K HDR / Dolby Vision, and most titles also feature Dolby Atmos sound.
Which devices support Dolby Vision? According to Apple's website, these include:
- iPhone 8 and above
- iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation)
- iPad Pro (11-inch)
- iPad Pro 12.9-inch (1965) 2nd generation) generation)
- iPad Pro (10.5 inch)
- Apple TV 4K
- iMac Pro
- Compatible Smart TVs – Can play 4K, HDR, and Dolby Vision content Play and play with AirPlay from your Apple device with movies and TV shows in 4K or HDR via the Apple TV app.
Apple also says:
iPad Pro (11 inches) and iPad Pro (12.9 inches, 3rd generation) can play 4K, HDR, or Dolby Vision content on a compatible connected display or TV.
What about Dolby Atmos? According to Apple's iOS 13 website:
- All Mac models from 2018
- iPhone 11
- iPhone XR
- iPhone XS Max
- 11-inch iPad Pro and 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3. Apple TV
Apple TV + will launch on November 1 for $ 4.99 per month. If you buy an iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Mac within the next year, you will receive Apple TV + for free for one year.
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