You can sign up for numerous Apple subscriptions these days – from Apple Music to Apple TV Plus – and now there’s more evidence that Apple plans to bring several of these together in a bundle called the Apple One.
Code discovered in iOS by 9to5Mac and website domain registrations discovered by MacRumors appear to confirm the Apple One name, although we don’t learn much about additional details on upcoming events.
Previous reports, based on inside information, suggest that different packages will be available, from audio and video streaming services to Apple Arcade and even iCloud storage.
There might even be a new service in the mix: rumor has it that Apple is about to launch a digital health and fitness subscription, similar to the one offered by Fitbit and Peloton that will be included with Apple One.
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The advantage of Apple One is that it would save you money compared to picking up all of these subscriptions individually ̵
Hopefully, from Apple’s perspective, it would get more people to make a payment month after month. This could also be a way to get more users to see lesser-known Apple products like Apple News Plus.
Right now we don’t know exactly what the price of Apple One will be, although Apple doesn’t want to set it high enough to deter users. If you’ve already subscribed to several of these services, you may be able to save a bit of money every month.
We could find out more about Apple One this week as Apple has a kick-off event scheduled for Tuesday, September 15th. We expect a new Apple Watch and iPad Air to show up, and maybe some details about Apple One – though the iPhone 12 reveal could come a few weeks later.