Yesterday it was reported that the Apple One services bundle would be launching today, and sure enough it has. The subscription bundle is now live in the US as well as 100+ countries, so if you are interested in signing up for the service, you will be able to do so via your subscription management in iOS.

Depending on where you live, you may or may not have access to the Premier plan. For those unfamiliar, Apple One is divided into three tiers – Individual, Family, and Premier. With Individual, you’ll get access to Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and also get 50GB of iCloud storage or $14.95 a month.

The Family plan is essentially the same, but you’ll be able to share access with up to five other people, and you’ll be getting 200GB of iCloud storage for $19.95 a month. As for the Premier plan, it includes all of the above, with the addition of Apple News+, Apple Fitness+ (which will be coming later), and 2TB of iCloud storage for $29.95 a month.

For those who already have existing subscriptions to either of these services, they will be automatically converted into Apple One if you choose to upgrade. As for iCloud storage, Apple will essentially tack on the bundled storage with whatever storage plan you have now, so if you’re already subscribed to the 200GB iCloud plan and you subscribe to the Individual plan, you’ll basically be getting 250GB in total.

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