Apple launches Apple One and bundles Apple TV+ with other of its offerings

Apple announced on Tuesday the launch of Apple One, the company’s new offer in which it guarantees access to all its subscription products in one only place. This way, its offers for streaming music, TV, news, video games, fitness and iCloud can be hired simultaneously, for packages valued at USD 15; 20 or 30 per month. The company launched Apple TV +, its new SVOD OTT, in 2019 and, up to now, it has not confirmed the date for the platform to be launched in Latin America.

‘Apple One makes enjoying Apple’s subscription services easier than ever, including Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud and more’, reported Eddy Cue, SVP Internet and Software Services at Apple. ‘With Apple One, it is possible to access the best of Apple entertainment with a single subscription’, he added.

As officially reported by Apple, Apple One packages include an individual access for USD 14 per month, with access to Apple Music; Apple TV +; Apple Arcade and 50 GB of iCloud storage. The Family Pack increases iCloud storage to 200GB, and enables access for up to six users. In addition, Apple is launching a third pack (Premiere Pack), with access to Apple Music, Apple TV +, Apple Arcade, Apple News +, Apple Fitness + and 2 TB of iCloud storage, also with access for up to six users.