Apple One subscription services bundle will start launching today. Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed the launch date for Apple One at the company’s earnings call. Apple One combines the iPhone maker’s subscription services including Apple Music, Apple TV+, iCloud, and Apple Arcade under one umbrella.
Apple unveiled its new subscription bundle last month during the Apple Watch and iPad event. Apple is clubbing its paid services under one subscription plan for individual, family and premier. Apple One individual plan is priced at ₹195 per month, and you get 50GB of iCloud storage, Apple Music, Apple TV+,and Apple Arcade. The family plan is priced at ₹365 per month, and you get all the same services with 200GB of iCloud data.
Apple One also has a Premier plan which includes all the services, 2TB of iCloud storage, Apple News+ and Fitness+ as well. Apple however, hasn’t listed this plan in its India website. Apple One Premier plan is priced at $29.5 which translates to roughly ₹2,200. Apple’s Fitness+ subscription service can be purchased separately too, and it will be available later this quarter, Bloomberg reported.
Apple One subscription bundle will help users save quite a lot of money. This also gives Apple a major push when it comes to services. Apple in its Q3 earnings reported that it now has 585 million total paid subscriptions. Apple Music is also expected to gain more subscribers through this move, and finally take the crown from Spotify who has already criticised Apple for using “unfair practices to disadvantage competitors.”