For a while now, we have been hearing that Apple could be planning some kind of subscription bundle where it would consist of various Apple services all bundled into a single subscription, making it easier and potentially cheaper for customers to subscribe to multiple Apple services all at once.

Now according to a report from Bloomberg, it seems that this particular bundle could launch as early as 2020. It is unclear as to what services will be bundled, but as it stands, Apple has several subscriptions to its name. It has Apple News+, Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple Arcade, and iCloud.

It had been previously reported that Apple is currently in talks with music labels in a bid to try and get them to agree to this bundle, but last we heard, these talks were in their early stages. It actually makes a lot of sense for Apple to launch such a bundle, where it could help to bolster services that might not be as popular.

Of course, how much such a bundle could cost remains to be seen, but presumably it would be offered at a cheaper rate to tempt customers into signing up. Take it with a grain of salt for now, but it is clear that moving forwards, Apple is betting big on subscriptions so when such a bundle does eventually launch, it shouldn’t really come as a complete surprise.

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