Published: Tue, September 15, 2020
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Apple Launches Apple One

Apple Launches Apple One

To keep things simple (and to keep you subscribing), the company is offering up a trio of new Apple One bundles.

All Apple One subscription bundles will be available in autumn 2020 worldwide.

What's in Apple One and when will Apple release the bundles?

Both Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade come in Rs. 99 per month. iCloud costs Rs. 75 per month (50GB), Rs. 219 per month (200GB), or Rs. 749 per month (2TB).

The "Premiere" package will offer those plus News+ and the new Fitness+ That's for $29.95 a month, and can also be shared with up to six family members.

Is there a free Apple One trial period?

The great thing with Apple One is not only its discount pricing, but also that you will only be getting one invoice a month, and can change or cancel your Apple One plan at any time, no questions asked.

Meanwhile, a family sharing bundle of the same services costs $19.95 per month.


Is the Apple One subscription price worth it?

Apple might be best-known for its hardware products-iPhone, Macs, iPad-but it's developed a robust line of services in recent years, from Apple Music to Apple TV+.

Apple on Tuesday 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".

Take Apple Music and TV+, for instance. In the first three months of the year, Apple posted a quarterly record $13.3 billion in services revenue, up 17% versus the year-earlier period.

Things get a bit more complicated from there, with various tiers of iCloud storage added onto the final total. The basic Apple One bundle is $14.99, or $6 less than what you'd pay for the separate subscriptions.

Starting this fall, customers with Apple subscriptions will be recommended the right Apple One plan for them so they can sign up with a tap from any Apple device.

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