9.11.2020 | Apple’s new subscription plan Apple One has launched
According to confirmation given by Apple CFO Luca Maestri, Apple’s all-in-one subscription services bundle “Apple One” has launched on Oct 31st this year. CEO Tim Cook has also confirmed the bundle’s launch yesterday on their company’s quarterly investor call.
Apple One will offer 3 plans – individual, family, and premier with each offering some subset or combination of Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, Apple News+. And soon Apple Fitness+ will also be on the list. Individual plan include Apple Music for one user, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and upgrade your iCloud storage to 200GB with a price of $14.95 per month. Family plan will upgrade Apple Music to Family Subscription and also upgrade your iCloud storage to 200GB with a price of 19.95 per month. Premier adds Apple News+ and Apple Fitness+ with an upgrade of your iCloud storage up to a whooping 2TB with a price of 29.95 per month.
Premier plan will initially only be available in the US, UK, Canada and Australia the countries where Apple News+ is available. However, the first two plans will be available for everyone to purchase.