TORONTO — Apple TV Plus is headed to Canada this fall.
The latest competitor to throw its hat into the streaming wars has selected a launch date of Nov. 1.
Subscribers will pay $5.99 per month for access to the service, which includes original TV shows, movies and documentaries.
The announcement puts Apple a few steps ahead of Disney Plus, the other big streaming newcomer that’s launching a little over a week later, on Nov. 12.
Apple TV Plus will also be three dollars cheaper than Disney’s $8.99 monthly price tag.
The two steaming platforms add to a growing number of alternatives to cable in Canada, which include Netflix, Bell Media’s Crave, CBC Gem and Amazon Prime Video.
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David Friend, The Canadian Press