How to Download Apple TV+ Shows on iPhone or iPad
Here's how you can download Apple TV+ shows on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch for offline viewing on a flight or bus ride.
Download Your Favorite Apple TV+ Shows on iPhone or iPad for Offline Viewing, No Data Connection or Wi-Fi Required
If you are living the super busy lifestyle, catching up on YouTube while on a bus, listening to songs while in the gym and watching TV shows during cardio, then you really, really need to know how you can download Apple TV+ shows for offline viewing on your iPhone or iPad. It is actually a pretty easy process, and one that will ensure that your cellular data is saved while you are out and about, and even if you don't have a Wi-Fi connection, you'll be watching See or The Morning Show without a care in the world. Let's dive right into it.
Note: This guide is applicable to those who are subscribed to Apple TV+. The steps for downloading shows are exactly the same on both iPhone and iPad. Apple TV+ is not available in all regions.
Step 1. Launch the Apple TV app on your iPhone or iPad.
Step 2. Now go to the TV+ section.
Step 3. Find the TV show you wish to download onto your iPhone or iPad. For the sake of this tutorial we are going to select The Morning Show.
Step 4. Scroll down a little till you see a list of all the available episodes. Find the one you want to download.
Step 5. Tap on the little cloud button with an arrow facing downwards to initiate the download.
Step 6. Once the download is complete, you can see your downloaded TV show episode by tapping on the Library tab at the bottom then tap on Downloaded.
Step 7. Once you are done watching the episode, you can delete it by swiping left on it, then tap on Delete.
Remember, if you have an iPhone or iPad with very little internal storage then you really have to be careful with what you are downloading as TV shows from Apple TV+ can actually eat away your storage lunch very, very quickly. Obviously, you can go all out if you have a terabyte of storage on your iPad Pro or 512 gigs of it on an iPhone.
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