Apple’s new family of subscription services bundles, called Apple One, is now available, though Fitness+ won’t arrive until December.
“Apple One bundles up to six great Apple services into one easy subscription,” the Apple One website notes. “Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, the all‑new Apple Fitness+ powered by Apple Watch (coming late 2020), and iCloud — all come together for you or your entire family to enjoy. Update your iPhone or iPad to the latest OS to get Apple One and choose the plan that’s right for you.”
Apple announced Apple One at its September virtual event, and while the firm hasn’t officially announced its availability, it’s now possible to sign-up for one of the bundles via your iPhone or iPad via a non-discoverable path: Just open Settings on the device, Settings, tap your name, and select “Get Apple One,” and then choose the tier.
As you may recall, there are three available tiers:
Individual. This costs $14.95 per month and offers 50 GB of iCloud storage, Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Apple Arcade.
Family. This costs $19.95 per month with the same services access but 200 GB of iCloud storage.
Premier. This costs $29.95 per month and offers 2 TB of iCloud storage, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Apple Fitness+.
In each case, Apple is offering a 30-day free trial.