Apple’s upcoming bundling service could be a huge improvement for iOS users.
The tech giant based in Cupertino is planning to bring a software service bundle dubbed “Apple One” this fall, alongside other devices. Since the company has thrown its power behind services such as Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple News Plus, and Apple Arcade, rumor has it a bundling program is in the works. Here is what you need to know.
Apple One’s Launch Date, Feature and Other Significant Details
Apple is said to have under development a new software service bundle, dubbed Apple One, ready to arrive this fall. Bloomberg reported that Apple One is scheduled for an October launch – and maybe coincide with the much-awaited iPhone 12’s announcement.
Bloomberg states the bundles “are designed to encourage customers to subscribe to more Apple services.” The company will use a tier system, according to Bloomberg’s sources. The less expensive option will bundle Apple TV Plus and Apple Music, while spicier plans will pack Apple Arcade, then Apple News Plus.
Bloomberg also stated that the service might save users up to $5/month, depending on what plan they subscribe to.
There could also be a tier that comes with iCloud storage for saving pictures and files. Storage currently costs us $0.99 or $9.99/month, depending on how many GB we need.
How Could Apple One Help Us
Of all popular Apple’s services, Apple Music is the most praised. But the latest initiatives such as Apple Arcade didn’t succeed in impressing us yet.
If Apple can bring all its services at lower prices, it might entice users to try out at least the services and choose their favorite. The company could also offer a sign-up promotion, introducing the initial bundle plan costs down for a bit or even releasing a free trial for a week, maybe, or two.
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