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Apple’s latest streaming device, the Apple HomePod, is a fantastic addition to the Apple lineup and it has been praised for its innovative design and high-quality sound.
The HomePod also offers a whole host of other features, including a headphone jack and microphone jack, wireless charging, and a new “Smart Home” feature that allows the HomePod to control your lights, thermostats, and more from the Apple app.
But how do you get the Apple Apple TV?
The good news is that it’s already out there for free.
It costs $19.99 on Apple’s website for the first 12 months of its sale, and it’s $9.99 for the rest of the year.
But wait, there’s more!
You can also subscribe to the service for just $9 a month for 12 months.
This means you get access to all the apps you’d normally pay for, including the Apple Music and Netflix, as well as other Apple-branded apps.
To make things even easier, Apple has partnered with some of the best online services for the Homepod, including Netflix, Hulu, HBO GO, Amazon Prime Video, and Hulu Plus.
This is the most affordable way to stream your favorite shows and movies, plus you’ll get access access to Apple’s most popular music apps.
The Apple TV is also supported on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Chromecast, Apple TV, and Google TV.
If you don’t want to worry about buying the Apple streaming box, the Homebrew Edition is an even more powerful alternative that has been available since last fall.
It includes all the features of the Apple home hub, but instead of just streaming content from Apple, it also lets you control other smart devices, like a car’s remote control, TV, or game controller.
If that doesn’t sound too great to you, you can also get a cheap Amazon Echo Dot with a wireless speaker ($15), a Roku 2 with its own built-in speaker ($19), and a third-party Roku remote ($16).
If you’re interested in getting a more traditional streaming box but don’t know how to get started, we also recommend this guide for new HomePod users.
If none of that’s enough to make you jump, there are other Apple TV options to consider: Roku, Google TV, Apple Cinema TV, Xbox One, Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, Apple’s Echo Dot, Apple TVs, and Amazon Fire tablets.
But there are also a few other options out there, so if you’re just looking for a cheap option, you might want to consider these other Apple streaming devices as well: The Amazon Echo, the Google Home, and the Apple Echo Dot are all $99.99 in the US, while the Amazon Echo Plus is $99 in Canada.
The Amazon Chromebox is a little pricier than the other devices, but you can get it for $49.99 if you buy the Chromecast bundle and get a $25 Amazon Prime subscription.
If all you want is a decent, cheap streaming box with a bunch of features, you’ll probably be happy with the Amazon FireTV Stick.
It comes with a Roku and an Amazon Fire HD Stick.
The Chromecast also comes with an Amazon Chromecasting app and a Roku Remote.
You can get the Chromecast for $30, and if you don, you could also try this free Roku app.
The Roku 4 is a pretty inexpensive streaming box that comes with three standard Roku channels, plus the Amazon Video app.
You’ll need an internet connection to use this box.
The Echo Dot also comes in at $35 and has a Chromecast included.
The Xbox One S, which is also a Roku player, has a Roku-exclusive app for $24, while Xbox One X has a free Xbox app for free on Xbox Marketplace.
The PS4 Slim and Xbox One Slim are all pretty inexpensive, too.
The Sony Bravia X3 is also pretty inexpensive and comes with all of the same features as the Sony Bravias, and has some extra features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and HDMI.
The Vizio PX-6 has a $199.99 price tag, and there are a few others that are starting to come in at less than $100.
The Samsung Smart TV 4, which has the same kind of features as Sony’s Bravia TVs, comes with Android and iOS apps, a HDMI out, and an IR remote.
The Google Chromecast comes with the Android TV app, which comes with Chromecast support.
The new Apple TV has more of the