Apple offers users bundles that combine services under the umbrella of Apple One with various monthly subscription plans.
Integrated services include Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and iCloud.
According to The Verge, Apple confirmed the release date on Thursday after the bundle was first announced at last month’s event. Users can now subscribe to bundles from the iOS App Store.
However, on the Apple site itself, the bundle is now labeled “Coming this fall”, while on the Indian portal it is labeled “Coming year late”.
At launch, the company rolled out two plans for Indian users.In other words, the personal price is ￡195 / month and family package ￡It costs 365 per month and can be shared by up to 5 people. The individual packages contain 50GB of iCloud storage, and the family packages contain 200GB.
In some cases, there are three different tiers available, with prices ranging from $ 14.95 individual tiers to $ 29.95 premier plans. Personal plans include Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud storage. Meanwhile, the step-up $ 19.95 family plan will increase iCloud storage to 200GB and add a family subscription to Apple Music. Finally, the $ 29.95 Premier Plan will increase iCloud storage to 2TB and add subscriptions to Apple News Plus and Apple’s upcoming Fitness Plus service.
Fitness Plus will not be available at the same time as Apple One launches, but the service will eventually be available on the Premier plan after launch later this quarter. Otherwise, it’s available as a standalone subscription for $ 9.99 per month, according to The Verge.
According to Apple, individual and family plans are available in over 100 countries and territories, but the premier tier is limited to the US, UK, Australia and Canada. This is because these are the only countries where Apple News Plus is currently available.
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