Apple Inc. unveiled a series of subscription bundles, a long-awaited move that Wall Street hopes will spur more growth in services revenue.
There are three configurations on offer.
There's also a Family plan for $19.95 per month with the same services access and additional iCloud storage.
Apple Music, TV+, Arcade, News+, Fitness+, and 2TB iCloud in the Premier tier. Services in the Premier bundle also can be shared among up to six members.
So how much do you save? It will offer a 30 day free trial.
All Apple One subscription bundles will be available in autumn 2020 worldwide.
At the beginning, the Premier plan will only be available in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and U.S., since News+ is only available in those countries so far. However, the Premier plan is not available in India right now given the limited availability of Apple News+ and it remains to be seen if Apple launches the service here at all.
In the U.S., the prices are henceforth: Apple One Individual ($14.95 per month), Apple One Family ($19.95 per month), and Apple One Premier ($29.95 per month). Unlike Prime, Apple is offering several variations at different prices. Except Apple Music (for students or individuals), all other Apple subscriptions - Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, Apple Fitness+, and iCloud (minus the 50GB tier) - are compatible with Family Sharing. This will integrate with the Fitness app on the iPhone and Apple TV, and requires an Apple Watch.
"With Apple One, you can access the best of Apple entertainment across all your favorite devices with one simple subscription", Eddy Cue, Apple SVP of internet software and services, said in announcing the bundles.