- Apple began rolling out its Apple One subscription bundles on Friday.
- It's a new way for Apple to boost subscriptions and bolster its services business, which generated $14.55 billion — up 16.5% year over year— during Apple's fiscal fourth quarter.
- CNBC shows you how to sign up.
Apple began rolling out its Apple One subscription bundles on Friday. They package together a bunch of Apple's subscription services, such as Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and iCloud storage and can save you money over paying for them separately.
Apple One also represents a new way for Apple to boost subscriptions and bolster its services business, which generated $14.55 billion — up 16.5% year over year — during Apple's fiscal fourth quarter. And it could help attract more people to use services they might not have otherwise, such as Apple Arcade.
Three plans are available:
- Individual costs $14.95 per month with Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and 50GB of iCloud storage. That's a savings of $6 a month over buying them separately.
- Family costs $19.95 per month and includes 200GB of iCloud storage and support for up to six people to use the subscriptions. It will save you $8 a month.
- Premier costs $29.95 per month and adds News+ and Fitness+, a set of workout classes for Apple Watch owners, along with 2TB of iCloud storage. It works with up to six people and will save you a whopping $25 a month over buying the services separately.
Here's how to sign up:
- Open Settings on your iPhone.
- Tap your name at the top of the screen.
- Tap Subscriptions.
- Choose "Get Apple One."
- Select the plan. Each comes with a one-month free trial.
- Click "Start Free Trial" at the bottom of the screen.