Users might not need an Apple TV Plus subscription to watch few of the iPhone maker's upcoming original films as the company was expected to reportedly roll out its original movies in select theatres, weeks before they were scheduled to arrive on the forthcoming streaming service.With the help of three boutique distribution companies, Apple would be taking titles including Anthony Mackie's "The Banker", Minhal Baig's "Hala" and the buzzy wildlife documentary "The Elephant Queen" into selected American cities before the titles were uploaded to Apple TV Plus, Variety reported on Friday.The tech giant was following a strategy similar to Amazon's which gave the Oscar-winning "Manchester by the Sea" a three-month theatrical run in 2016. In India, telecom giant, Reliance Jio plans to offer a similar service for its broadband users from mid-2020 onwards.Can Reliance Jio Change How Indians Watch Movies on the First Day?Most Indians Use Video Streaming Apps but Someone Else Pays for ItApple's decision to give films proper theatrical releases comes at a time when its rival Netflix was going head-to-head with major theatre distributors such as Regal and AMC.Tim Cook's shop has also made contact with NATO, the trade group representing major chains like AMC Theaters and Regal Cinemas, to express their desire for a productive and fruitful relationship, the report added.Apple TV+ Streaming Rivals Netflix in India for Rs 99 Per MonthIt seems that Apple wants to build its service with the support of the traditional channels, unlike Netflix, which has become a theater alternative for various production houses across the globe.Apple TV+ is the premium streaming service which has been priced at Rs 99 per month in India, and will be available from the first week of November all over the world. It currently runs on iOS devices, but gradually, Amazon Fire TV stick will also offer the platform. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.