Apple TV+ had an important difference compared to other catalogs: it only offered its original content, while Netflix and other competitors sought to have as much content as possible from other distributors in addition to their own productions. That, and its price of 4.99 dollars per month, made it an easy choice.
But now that price has risen to 6.99 dollars per month, and although Apple justified it in the inflation these days, work has been done to provide more reasons for this increase. For now some films from other distributors in the United States have been added
The Hunger Games’ and ‘Anchorman’ on Apple TV+
Media such as TechRadar reported this new content, which Apple classifies as additional content, a “bonus” that complements their original productions
The same thing happens with other movies: US users have noticed that the entire “Hunger Games” movie saga is available. According to the source, there are a total of twenty additional movies that can be seen on Apple TV+ until November 30. Along with all the service firsts, of course.
At the moment this is something that only happens in the US, but it could be an experiment that (if it works well) It could also end up being activated in Europe and other countries around the world. It’s all about buying licenses, which Apple can do perfectly well given its financial health.