Apple TV + started on November 1, 2019, as an extension of the Apple TV App offer. However, the service cannot only be used on Apple devices.

The “Apple TV App” is not available on all common devices, but “Apple TV +” can still be used outside of the Apple cosmos. Many devices that have not yet been offered their app can also use the streaming service via the browser. With high-quality content and a comparatively low subscription price, Apple relies on the largest possible range instead of exclusivity right from the start.

Apple TV +: The supported devices

Since Apple made the service available aside from the app via the website-tv apple right from the start, users were able to watch the content of the streaming service right from the start, even without a current Apple device. Below you will find all devices that either offer the app or allow playback via browser:

Mobile devices

  • iPhone (latest version of iOS)
  • iPad (latest version of PadOS)
  • Android (via Chrome & Firefox)

Streaming devices

  • Apple TV HD & 4K [Latest version of tvOS]
  • Apple TV 3rd generation [with the latest software update]
  • Amazon’s Fire TV devices
  • Roku
  • Chromecast with Google TV

Smart TVs

  •  Samsung(models from 2018)
  • LG (models from 2018)
  • VIZIO (models from 2016)
  • Sony (models from 2018)

Computers & game consoles

  • Mac (latest version of macOS)
  • Windows & Chrome OS (via Firefox & Chrome)
  • Sony PlayStation 4
  • Sony PlayStation 5
  • Microsoft Xbox One (S / X)
  • Microsoft Xbox Series (S / X)

Apple TV +: Thanks to AirPlay on other devices

If you want to watch the series and films from Apple TV + on your television, but don’t have an Apple TV or are reluctant to connect your PC

If you have an iPhone or iPad and your smart TV, streaming stick or set-top box supports AirPlay 2, you can also bring the content of the “Apple TV app” onto the big screen.

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