The "Premiere" package will offer those plus News+ and the new Fitness+ That's for $29.95 a month, and can also be shared with up to six family members. The Family plan, at $19.95/month, provides those same four services with access for up to six members per account to share the services, including up to 200 GB of iCloud storage.
Apple made its Apple One Services bundle official, announcing that three tiers will be available for its customers. Clearly Apple is hoping to be a one-stop shop for all of your software and service needs - no surprise, really, given how much of its earnings have shifted from hardware to services in recent years.
Apple One will be available "this fall", Apple says. Well, if it folds TV+ into the ultimate "media bundle" with Apple Music and News+ that resulted from the purchase of the magazine subscription aggregator Texture in 2018.
Apple One would make iPhones and iPads the ultimate keepers even more, despite that Apple already bundles TV+ with Apple Music for free with a student account, and Apple will still have a nice little revenue stream per iPhone every month to count on when the going gets tough.
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).
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. Both Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade come in Rs. 99 per month. iCloud costs Rs. 75 per month (50GB), Rs. 219 per month (200GB), or Rs. 749 per month (2TB). The Family version will get you those four services for $20 a month. It offers 2 TB of iCloud storage, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Apple Fitness+. The basic Apple One bundle is $14.99, or $6 less than what you'd pay for the separate subscriptions.