Apple Inc. is reportedly looking to offer a series of bundles that will allow people to access various digital services at less of a premium.
The bundles will allegedly be launched in October according to MyBroadband. This will coincide with the launch of the newest iPhone release. The “Apple One” bundles are geared to attract more customers to subscribe to Apple services.
The packages will consist of, for example, Apple Music and Apple TV+, as one option. Other options will be varied and essentially there will be three ranks to choose from with varied levels of expense.
The other options that may be available will include two Apple digital services and the Apple Arcade. After this will be Apple News+. The more expensive bundle is supposedly going to consist of extra iCloud storage.
The pricing and final details are yet to be confirmed, according to The Verge.
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