Disney+ already has over 10 million sign-ups

Tessa Thompson and Justin Teroux voice the title characters in Disney's latest live-action remake 'Lady and the Tramp'

Disney+ content warning: Disney Plus streaming service puts warnings for "outdated cultural depictions" in some of its classic movies

This new app is available for any Apple device like iPhone, Apple TV, or iPad.

A limited and complicated workaround does exist for Apple devices, however.

The platform, according to Disney+, will have "all these and more" when the site launches on Tuesday.

Disney is not the first studio to add a disclaimer on old titles that feature racial prejudices or other troubling content.

The rate of sign-up matches projections from analysts that Disney+ will have the highest number of subscriptions of the major SVoD players between now and 2025.

Not only will Disney+ include popular originals such as "Beauty and the Beast", "Pinocchio", and "Snow White and the Seven Dwarves", but it will also include more recent live-action films and new Disney original movies and shows.

Unfortunately, since a Disney+ account sign-up now requires a credit card or bank account linked to one of the three countries in which it is available, this will not be enough.

In the upcoming Disney+ streaming vault, there are so many options to look forward to.

Disney was criticized for not overtly referencing what content might be "outdated" as Warner Bros. did with Tom & Jerry.

Press the "Play" button on a particular movie or show, then tap the "Connect" option to have it enabled in the TV app. Every animated classic in the Disney vault can also be streamed. The new Direct-to-Consumer and International (DTCI) division is to house ESPN+, Disney+ and Hulu, the entertainment-focused OTT business in which Disney already owns a 30 per cent stake. Disney, who is usually known for its slick products, has been apologizing for the technical hiccups during the launch of its highly-anticipated service.

While fans in the United States have already begun enjoying the new streaming platform, Kiwi fans will have to wait patiently until the site goes live here on November 19. The official launch in these areas is on Nov.19.

Disney+, now available in the U.S, Canada and the Netherlands, will expand to Australia and New Zealand next week, and the U.K., Germany, Italy, France and Spain on March 31, the company announced last week. It will be available in these locations on March 31, 2020.

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