As per the rumors, Apple is said to have been working on creating a subscription bundle that combines various services together in more affordable packages. Dubbed the Apple One, that services bundle has since been officially confirmed where there will be several different plans for users to choose from.

Starting with the Individual plan, this is priced at $14.95 a month and will come with a subscription to Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and also 50GB of iCloud storage. Next up is the Family plan where at $19.95 a month, it will come with everything mentioned above, except with 200GB of iCloud storage and the ability to share these services with up to six family members.

Last but not least is the Premier subscription tier. This basically includes everything such as Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple News+, the recently announced Apple Fitness+, along with 2TB of iCloud storage. This is priced at $29.95 a month, but it can also be shared with up to six family members, so if you were to split the costs, it actually makes it pretty affordable.

Obviously these subscription bundles will be cheaper compared to if you were to subscribe to them individually, but unfortunately there is no way to customize the bundles, so if you prefer having Apple Fitness+ over Apple TV+, you won’t be able to swap them for each other. Maybe it could be a feature offered further down the road, but for now, these are bundles that Apple is offering.

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