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Apple just released the ultimate subscription bundle


For people who want to go all in on Apple services, there's finally an easy way to do it. During its fall product event Tuesday, Apple announced the launch of a new service called Apple One. It's a subscription that lets Apple users pay a monthly fee for multiple Apple products all at once. This is a boon for people who are really into Apple. Previously, if you wanted to subscribe to services like iCloud and Apple Music, you had to keep track of and pay for multiple subscriptions at once.

What is Apple One? Plans, pricing, and features explained


Apple's long-awaited services bundle, which brings together Apple's premium subscription services like Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade at discount, is finally here. At a Time Flies event in September 2020, the company unveiled three different Apple One bundle plans. ZDNet is breaking down what each plan includes and how much they cost, plus when you can sign up. Also: Everything announced at Apple's Time Flies event Watch the video above or read through below to learn more about Apple's new subscription service. Apple One comes with a 30-day free trial for any services that customers haven't already subscribed to in the past.

Apple bundles services with Apple One, unveils Apple Fitness Plus


Apple on Tuesday announced that it's bundling its growing list services, including iCloud and Apple Music into one package with one price tag. It also added Apple Fitness Plus to its list of services, an offering that's sure to create some stiff competition for digital workout companies like Peloton and ClassPass. The new bundle of services is called Apple One. The "individual plan" includes Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud storage for $14.95 per month. The "family plan" extends access to these services to up to six family members for $19.95 per month.

Apple One launches, bundling Apple Music, Apple TV and Apple Arcade into a single subscription

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Apple has finally bundled all its services into a single monthly subscription. The tech giant officially launched its highly anticipated Apple One, which combines subscriptions to Apple Music, Apple TV and Apple Arcade. Starting price is set at $14.95 for the Individual plan and there are additional tiers that add more iCloud storage and subscriptions. The forthcoming Fitness service will be added to Apple One's Premier plan, along with a subscription to Apple News . Apple One - which combines subscriptions to Apple Music, Apple TV, and Apple Arcade - starts at $14.95 for the Individual plan. Apple One has made three different tiers available, starting with the $14.95 Individual plan that includes Apple Music, Apple TV, Apple Arcade and 50GB of iCloud storage.

Apple's services still aren't as good as its hardware


We know why Apple began expanding into the services business over the last few years. The iOS ecosystem is mature, and people don't need, or can't afford, a new iPhone every 24 months. Services built on top of that platform offer an easy way to grab recurring revenue -- and keep people locked in. Yesterday the company announced that it's bundling its lucrative services under the Apple One banner, offering music, TV and game streaming, plus 50GB cloud storage, for $15 a month. Totaling $19.97 if bought separately, it sounds like a bargain no iPhone user should be without.