Now that Apple One is live, we’re sure that some of you might have questions about the service, like what if you’re already subscribed to an existing Apple service? Will you continue being subscribed to both services even if it might be a duplicate service inside the Apple One package?

According to the folks at iPhone in Canada, they have confirmed that Apple will actually refund customers if they’re already subscribed to a duplicate service. So for example, if you purchased a year’s subscription to Apple Music and you decide to hop on board the Apple One subscription which already includes Apple Music, it seems that Apple will issue a pro-rated refund on your subscription.

What this means is that Apple will refund you the remaining months that you have left in the subscription, and the amount refunded will be based on the cost divided by the total number of months you’re subscribed to. This won’t be a complete refund, but we reckon it’s a fair deal given that you’ve already partially used it.

As for those who are subscribing to services month-to-month, Apple One will basically replace the existing services and you won’t be charged for that service after that as long as you maintain your Apple One subscription.

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