Apple One ready for launch. As initially announced in September, Apple is bundling its premium services into one package called “Apple One.”
The service features three tiers of subscription-based options. The Individual plan starts at $14.95 per month and features music, tv+, Arcade and 50GB of iCloud storage. The Family plan is $19.95 per month and features the same services as the Individual plan but kicks the iCloud storage up to 200GB. The Family plan can also be shared with up to five other people.
The Premier plan features music, tv+, Arcade, 2TB worth of iCloud storage, News+ and Fitness+, which is supposed to be coming by the end of this year and will offer workout videos and fitness related content. The Premier plan can also be shared with up to five other people. It saves users $25 a month over purchasing each of the services individually. At launch, the Premier tier is limited to the U.S., Australia, Canada and the UK.
The Apple One site launched Friday within Apple.com, and current Apple users can get a free month-long trial of the services. Apple Card users can also pay for the subscription on their card to take advantage of the 3% daily cash promotion.
Apple just released fiscal fourth-quarter earnings: subscription-based services generated $14.55 billion last year, a 16.5% jump when compared with last year.