According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple is preparing to launch the Apple One Subscription Package, where the company will combine existing subscription packages under one roof.
According to Neowin, subscription plans include Apple Music, as well as subscription services the company launched at a special event earlier last year, including Apple News +, Apple TV +, and Apple Arcade. In addition to the efforts made over the past year, one of the service issues that attract users is that the total cost has increased significantly. As a result, it was announced in November 2019 that Apple was preparing an all-in-one subscription.
Now, reports from Bloomberg further prove this, with the Apple One being not only the only package but the aggregation of all the packages. While it’s not entirely clear what types of plans are available, it appears that customers can combine different subscription services at will, forming a subscription that includes specific services.
The ultimate goal of the Apple One is to make Apple’s services more attractive by offering a lower overall price. The company doesn’t make too much publicity about the success of its subscription services, but some sources say that Apple is not too happy with Apple News +. On the other hand, the Apple Music package is said to work well. Launching an all-in-one subscription package will help attract more customers to the rest of the company’s services.
Finally, the report says that the new subscription is expected to launch alongside the iPhone 12 models in October.