Apple TV+ Is Free For PS5 Owners – Here’s How

Apple is offering a massive six-month free trial of its Apple TV+ streaming service to people who own a PlayStation 5 console.

Apple TV+ is the tech giant’s answer to the Netflix and Amazon Prime services of the world. Most of the company’s hardware comes with a trial. However, if you’ve not bought a new Apple product in a while, you’ll need to shell out £4.99 per month in the UK.

While there aren’t as many high profile gaming shows on Apple TV+, there are plenty of award winning originals to enjoy. ‘Ted Lasso’ is one show that gets talked about a lot, and ‘The Morning Show’ with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon is another popular one. If you’re looking for something more gaming themed, ‘Mythic Quest’ is a sitcom set in a game development studio.

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How to get Apple TV+ for free

If you own a PS5 console, you’re in luck. A partnership between Apple and Sony means that the company is giving all PS5 owners a six-month free trial of Apple TV+.

To redeem the offer, all you need to do is load up the Apple TV+ app on your PS5 console. From there, you’ll need to create or sign in to an existing Apple ID account. Once complete, a six-month free trial will be added to your account. You can now enjoy the huge Apple TV+ library for half a year!

Bear in mind that this offer is only running until July 22nd 2022. That’s a fairly large window for you to redeem the offer. If there isn’t anything on the service that tickles your fancy now, it might be worth waiting a little longer to redeem.


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