What do you think of the latest Apple Music music streaming video?
The new Apple Music service is officially launching this week, and it will offer a new feature that’s being billed as a “digital billboard” for its artists.
The video service is being called Live at Home, and the feature lets users watch live, unedited video on their Apple TV or iPhone when they’re not in the studio, according to a press release.
You can also play back video from the app to a playlist, if you want.
The service will initially let users stream from their iPhone or iPad, but the video will be available on Apple’s streaming service for $9.99 per month or $19.99 for a year.
You’ll have to pay $1.99 a month for the streaming service in order to watch video.
The service will only work on Apple TVs and Apple TVs with the latest versions of Apple’s OS X, Apple’s macOS and iOS.
The only other streaming service on the Apple TV is YouTube TV, which offers a free video subscription.
Apple is already a big player in the video world, launching its first-ever TV service in 2014 and launching the first-to-air Apple TV service last year.
The company’s other streaming apps include Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu Plus and Apple Music.