New iPhone Xs Max Plus features Apple TV streaming with no antenna, no subscription, no contract

Apple has added a new streaming option for its iPhone XS Max Plus smartphones, offering up to two simultaneous Apple TV boxes, including one with no subscription or no contract.

The new Apple TV box, called the Apple TV Max Plus, has an 8K resolution, but it has no antenna.

Its streaming power comes with no cable or satellite TV packages, but users can choose from one of three other Apple TV packages available in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

“This is great news for anyone who is looking to keep up with the news, or those who want to stay up to date with the latest TV shows and movies,” Apple TV co-founder and CEO Craig Federighi said in a statement.

With no antenna and no cable, you’ll have to pay $299 for the Apple-exclusive Apple TV 4K bundle, which is only available in certain markets.

The Apple TV bundle, available in Europe, Australia, Canada and New York City, is available for $299 and includes a 12-month contract.

Apple also unveiled a new Apple Cinema Display, a 4K OLED TV that offers up to a 25-inch diagonal, and Apple TV remote controls, along with a 12.9mm headphone jack.

Apple’s Cinema Display and Apple Cinema Remote are also included with the new Apple Xs, Xs Mini, and XS Pro models.

Apple’s Cinema Mirror has a 12mm microphone and a 10mm mic, while the Apple Cinema Ear will have a 5mm microphone.

The Apple Cinema Headphone jack will have 3.5mm stereo.