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How to watch Apple TV on your iPhone with or without an Apple TV Plus subscription

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It’s no surprise that an iPhone makes a pretty excellent little television and movie screen, so it only makes sense that another Apple product pairs perfectly with their phones as a media delivery platform. 

That, of course, is Apple TV

When you download the Apple TV app, you can enjoy hours of programming, including new original shows produced just for Apple TV+, when you subscribe to the service.

Check out the products mentioned in this article:

Apple TV 4K (From $179.99 at Best Buy)

Apple TV+ (From $4.99 per month at Apple)

iPhone 11 (From $699.99 at Best Buy)

To watch Apple TV on your phone, first download the Apple TV app from the App Store.

Now search for the show or movie you want to watch, either by scrolling through Apple’s recommendations on the app’s home screen, by searching under the “MOVIES,” “TV SHOWS,” or “SPORTS” buttons at the top, or by using the search tool at the bottom-right of your screen. 

How to watch Apple TV on iPhone

Browse content.

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Once you find something you want to watch, tap on it. You will now, depending on the content you chose, be prompted to start an Apple TV+ trial or to get the app needed to watch the selected content. 

How to watch Apple TV on iPhone

Up to six family members can share an Apple TV+ subscription.

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If you already have the app, you will be given the option to pair it and begin watching immediately.

 

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