Apple One services bundle now available, starts at $14.95 a month

Apple One services bundle now available, starts at $14.95 a month

Following an announcement in September, Apple has launched Apple One, which bundles together its many services for a low monthly price. There are three different plans: Individual, Family and Premier, the latter of which offers everything in Apple’s portfolio, from Apple Music to the company’s upcoming Fitness Plus service.

The Apple One individual plan is available for $14.95 a month and features Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade and 50GB of iCloud storage. The Family plan features the same services but ups the storage to 200GB, and can be shared with five other people for $19.95 a month. Finally, there’s a $29.95 Premier plan, which adds Apple News Plus, ups iCloud storage to 2TB, and includes Apple Fitness Plus.


Apple One prices

Fitness Plus is Apple’s new personalized fitness platform that offers a variety of workouts and deep Apple Watch integration. Unfortunately, Fitness Plus isn’t available just yet despite the launch of Apple One, so Premier plan subscribers won’t get their money’s worth until the service launches later this year. If you decide not to subscribe to a Premier plan but want Fitness Plus, it will cost $9.99 on its own.

You have to consider your needs before subscribing to an Apple One plan, but if you already had plans to subscribe to all of Apple’s services individually, you’re going to save some money. The Individual plan saves $6 a month; the Family plan saves $8 a month; and the Premier plan saves $25 a month.

You can currently subscribe to Apple One through your iOS device. Launch Settings and click on your Apple ID, then tap Subscriptions and you’ll see an option to subscribe. Apple is offering a one-month free trial, after which account holders will be billed on a monthly basis. Individual and Family plans are available in over 100 countries, while Premier is available in the U.S., UK, Australia, and Canada.

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Brandon Russell
Brandon Russell

Brandon's love of technology can be traced back to his childhood, when he would obsessively watch Back to the Future. Since then he's followed the industry and its many innovations, from handheld consoles to powerful smartphones. He's still waiting on a hoverboard.

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