Apple Will Launch ‘Apple One’ Subscription Bundles: Report

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Ever since Apple announced services such as News+, TV+, and others, we’ve been guessing that the company will also launch bundles to make the subscription more attractive to users. A new report from Bloomberg now says that Apple will be launching such a bundle under the ‘Apple One’ name.

According to Bloomberg’s report, the company will be launching the bundles alongside the iPhone 12 this October. For the unaware, Apple recently said that the iPhone 12 will be delayed by a few weeks, and leakster Jon Prosser today tweeted that the iPhone 12 launch will be held in October this year.

The report claims that there will be multiple tiers on offer. The basic package will offer Apple Music and Apple TV+. However, a more expensive offering will include those two services along with Apple Arcade. Going up from there, you will get Apple News+ and a top tier that offers extra iCloud storage as well.

Further, the report mentions that Apple is also working on a new fitness subscription codenamed ‘Seymour’. This service will offer virtual training sessions from the likes of Peloton, and Nike, according to sources that spoke with Bloomberg.

Also according to the report, Apple’s subscription bundles will work with Apple’s Family Sharing system, so up to 6 people can use them together.

So what do you think about Apple’s subscription bundles? Is it something you are interested in? Let us know in the comments.

SOURCE Bloomberg
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