Apple One bundle includes Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and more

Apple Fitness

Apple debuts Apple One subscription bundles, its twist on Prime

A family membership costs $19.95 per month.

Finally, the $29.95 Premier option adds Apple News+, 2TB of iCloud storage, and the newly announced Fitness+, Apple's workout video service. The Apple One Premier plan will be available in the USA, U.K., Canada and Australia, where Apple News Plus is available and Apple Fitness Plus will launch later this year. At its online-only event on Tuesday, Apple unveiled a subscription bundle that includes: Spotify competitor Apple Music, streaming video-on-demand platform Apple TV+, gaming subscription Apple Arcade, cloud storage on iCloud, fitness Apple Fitness+ (not in India), and the news and magazine service Apple News+ (not in India). In the US, Apple says you will save over $6 per month with Individual bundle, over $8 with Family, and over $25 with Premier. It will give users a single invoice every month and can be canceled at any time. The Apple One bundles will carry a 30-day free trial for any services that customers do not already have.

For those who have been putting off a given Apple subscription, such a bundle could certainly sweeten the pot - and make it even harder for users to escape the pull of the Apple software ecosystem.

Apple One

Apple Music, TV+, Arcade, and 50GB iCloud in the Individual and Family tiers.

Apple said that the individual plan offers savings of up to £6 per month, compared with buying the services individually. Apple on September 15, 2020 said it is packing TV, music, news and more in a subscription bundle as it increases its push into services tied to its iPhone "ecosystem". Unlike Prime, Apple is offering several variations at different prices. This will integrate with the Fitness app on the iPhone and Apple TV, and requires an Apple Watch. And if you pay for your Apple One subscription using your Apple Card you'll receive 3% cash back.

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