Apple has launched “Apple One”, a subscription plan that bundles together its various services.
Users will be able to stick together its variety of different content offerings into one subscription, at a slightly cheaper rate.
The new plan was unveiled during a virtual event, named “Time Flies”, at which it revealed new Apple Watches and iPads.
The decision to launch the bundle has already come under criticism from Spotify, who argued that Apple offering its Music and other subscriptions together is “unfair” and that its behaviour “threatens our collective freedoms to listen, learn, create, and connect”.
The new Apple One subscription begins with an “individual” membership. That costs $14.95, and includes Apple Music, TV+, its Arcade games service, as well as 50GB of iCloud storage.
A family membership costs $19.95 per month. That gives access to the same services, plus 200GB of iCloud storage, and can be shared by up