Apple One is now available to purchase in the United States and over 100 other countries, making it possible for customers to pay one flat fee in order to access a range of Apple services – including Apple Music, iCloud Drive, TV+, and Apple Arcade.
First announced at Apple’s September event, Apple One offers customers three tiers to choose from: Individual, which includes Apple Music, TV+, Arcade, and 50 GB of iCloud storage for $15 per month; Family, which adds 200 GB of iCloud storage and supports Family Sharing for $20 per month; and Premier, which includes Apple Music, TV+, Arcade, News+, and 2 TB of iCloud storage for $30 per month.
The Premier bundle will also include Apple’s upcoming Fitness+ service once it launches later this year.
Signing-up for Apple One is easy. To do so, launch the Settings app and choose your Apple ID at the top of the screen. Then tap Subscriptions, and the option to subscribe to Apple One should appear. If you don’t see it yet, check back in a few hours as the prompt appears to be gradually rolling out for users across the globe.
Aside from the ease of Apple One’s unified billing, the bundle can also save customers money. The Individual tier offers a saving of $6 per month (compared with the cost of subscribing to each service individually). Family plans save you over $8 per month. And the Premier plan saves you more than $25 per month. For customers who already subscribe to a bunch of Apple’s services, an Apple One subscription is a no-brainer.
New customers who sign-up for Apple One also receive a free 30-day trial on services which they don’t already have. Of course, your Apple services will work across all devices – including iPhone and iPad, as well as Mac, TV+, and Apple Watch.
So there you have it – One service to rule them all. Are you going to subscribe?