The Apple One subscription brings the collection of various Apple services for one monthly price. The available plans bundle different Apple services for a set amount of money per month. Here's how to subscribe to Apple One, what's included in each plan and everything else you need to know about the Apple One subscription bundle.
Apple announced Apple One, its new bundling options for several services, earlier this year. And now, after plenty of waiting, the bundles are now available.
Earlier this year, Apple announced a new subscription bundle option: Apple One. Specifically, this is three different bundles, each of which offering a bit more for a set price per month.
Earlier this week, Apple unveiled a brand new subscription service called Fitness+. As the name suggests, it's all about health and fitness, and it launches later this fall.
Is Apple One a good deal? In this article we are going to be taking an in-depth look at the newly-announced bundle and its various tiers. Apple is pitching it as a good deal for users, so as iDB's resident deals expert, I wanted to dive in and see if that was actually the case.
Earlier today during the "Time Flies" event, Apple officially unveiled the rumored Apple One bundles. It's three different options, each of which bundles Apple's most popular services for various monthly prices.
As expected, Apple today announced the upcoming arrival of a new services bundle dubbed Apple One. There are three tiers to choose from, and prices start at just $14.95 per month.
Back in August, a report outlined a new subscription offering from Apple, with multiple bundles to choose from. And now an Android app has seemingly confirmed such a thing.
Apple is reportedly readying not one but "a series of subscription bundles" that combine Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News, an upcoming new fitness service from the company, and possible other services, for a lower monthly price, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman.