Apple announces it will raise prices of Apple Music and Apple TV+ subscription services

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Apple today announced that it will increase the pricing of Apple Music and Apple TV + subscription services, and the Apple One bundle has also risen simultaneously.

Apple Music is up about $1 (personal) and about $2 (family) per month; Apple TV+ is up $2; Apple One is up about $3 per month. This is the first time that Apple has raised the subscription prices of “Music”, “TV+” and “Apple One” in the United States.

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Apple said the increase in Apple Music subscription prices was due to increased licensing costs. Authors will get more revenue, the company said, and Apple TV+’s price hike reflects the growing variety of original TV shows and movies:

Moreover, Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Apple One pricing will increase starting today. The Apple Music change comes as the cost of licensing increases, relatively speaking, artists and songwriters will make more money from their music streaming. 

Apple Music Apple TV+ PricesWe’re also constantly adding innovative features to make Apple Music the best listening experience in the world. We launched Apple TV+ at a very low price because we only started with a few shows and movies. 

Three years later, Apple TV+ brings together award-winning and critically acclaimed TV series, feature films, documentaries, and kids and family entertainment from the world’s most creative storytellers.

Here’s the full U.S. pricing breakdown:

Apple Music

  • Personal: $10.99 per month (from $9.99)

  • Family: $16.99 per month (from $14.99)

  • Individual year: $109 per year (from $99)

Apple TV+

  • Monthly: $6.99 per month (from $4.99)

  • Annual: $69 per year (from $49.99)

Apple One

  • Personal: $16.95 per month (regularly $14.95)

  • Family: $22.95 per month (from $19.95)

  • Premier: $32.95 per month per year (from $29.95)


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