Apple has many subscription services, and now it wants to lump them together. As reported by Bloomberg, the company is preparing a series of packages – now known as “Apple One” internally – that will offer a variety of Apple-made services at reduced monthly rates. The cheapest is supposed to combine Apple Music and Apple TV +, followed by more expensive options that rank Apple Arcade, then Apple News +, and finally iCloud storage. There is also a version that will include a Peloton-style virtual fitness service, code-named Seymour, according to Bloomberg.
The composition of each package is subject to change prior to launch. Bloomberg Still, confident that the Apple One plans will support the company̵7;s Family Sharing system, allowing up to six people to take advantage of the same subscription. Based on Bloomberg, the new packages are expected to come out with the new iPhones in October. The next version of the mobile operating system, iOS 14, will also test the apps you already use and recommend the right packages. Best.
If you’re losing track, the company currently offers the following subscription services: Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV +, Apple News +, iCloud, Apple Care, and the iPhone Upgrade Program. The company has tried a number of different programs to increase its user base over the years. For example, you can get one year Apple TV + if you buy a new Apple device and redeem the related offer within 90 days. The streaming service, which only offers Apple-sponsored movies and TV shows, has also been included in the company’s Apple Music student package.