Apple has announced their new TV streaming service called tv channels, users will have access to over the air subscription service where you only pay for what you want, with online and offline viewing. The current Apple TV app has been revamped so users can access all the services they subscribe to without having to leave the TV app.

The service will be available on Apple TV, iPad and iPhone and will be available this May and will come to the Mac in the fall, the App  will also be available to Roku, Fire tv and some smart TV’s. The Apple TV will be available to over 100 countries. Again Apple states that they will not share your viewing habits with anyone.

Apple also introduced tv+ their new streaming service with their own unique content such as Little America, the morning show by Jeniffer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, Toxic labour by Oprah Winfrey. Apple also introduced a new preschool show called helpsters using Sesame Street to introduce coding. Apple had a whole host of stars on stage to introduce their new content.

tv+ will be starting this fall and available globally on all Apple devices and smart TV’s that have the Apple TV app and as of yet no word on the cost.