Apple to launch ‘Apple One’ subscriptions bundle, spotted in Apple Music app for Android

Apple will launch its various service in a single subscription bundle called ‘Apple One’. This bundle could contain subscriptions for services like Apple tv+, Apple Music, Apple News+ Apple Arcade, and iCloud.

9To5Google recently jumped into the source code of the Android version of Apple Music and found “Apple One” alongside an internal codename “aristotle”. These new texts in the app all but confirm that it’ll offer Apple One bundles when it launches.

However, it seems you will not able to manage or review your Apple One subscription from the Android version of the Apple Music app. For that, you may require to use an iOS, macOS, or tvOS device.

Last month, a report from Bloomberg gave some insights into Apple One and revealed that it’ll have various packages. The basic package will offer just Apple Music and Apple TV+ subscriptions.

Prices will increase if you add Apple Arcade and Apple News+ to the package, while the inclusion of iCloud storage will make the bundle more expensive. Additionally, Apple may also offer some fitness-oriented services under the bundled content.

Apple One’s bundled services likely to bring discounts for the users compared to purchasing each subscription separately. It’s also suggested that Apple could probably launch Apple One in October alongside new iPhones, if not released on September 15 at Apple Event.

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