Introducing Apple One, Apple’s Subscription Service Bundle

After announcing Apple One on September 15, 2020, Apple is finally offering a bundled package for their iCloud and Apple services. Instead of requiring users to purchase these software subscriptions separately, Apple One includes most services for a far lower monthly price. Several plans are offered for the diverse types of consumers: 

  • Individual Plan ($14.95/month): Apple Music, Apple TV+, 50GB iCloud storage, and Apple Arcade 
  • Family Plan ($19.95/month): Apple Music Family subscription, Apple TV+, 200GB shared iCloud storage, and Apple Arcade 
  • Premier Plan ($29.95/month): Apple Music, Apple TV+, 2TB iCloud storage, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Apple Fitness+. 

Apple Music is the Apple music streaming service, with a catalog of over 70 million songs to play and download for offline play. A standalone monthly apple music subscription is $9.99/month. 

Apple launched Apple TV+ last November and currently has produced shows exclusive to the platform such as the drama series Defending Jacob and the award-winning comedy series Dickinson. Apple TV+ is $4.99/month. 

iCloud storage can be purchased for users to save phone backups, photos, videos, documents, notes, contacts, and more to the Apple cloud storage platform. 50GB can be purchased for $0.99/month, 200GB for $2.99/month, and 2TB for $9.99/month. 

Apple Arcade is a paid subscription service to play premium games on their mobile platform, completely ad-free. Award winning games such as What the Golf? and Sayonara Wild Hearts are included. Apple Arcade can be purchased outside of the Apple One bundle for $4.99/month. 

Apple News+ is a subscription service for hundreds of magazines and leading newspapers and cover-to-cover magazines provided through the Apple News app. The Apple News+ subscription can be purchased regularly for $9.99/month. 

The Premier Plan will include Apple Fitness+ when it releases later this year. Apple Fitness+ is a portal for several types of workout videos that users can exercise along with, complete with Apple Health and Apple Music integrations through the iPhone and Apple Watch. With all their devices, it is only fitting Apple is now offering subscription services.