As expected, Apple today announced Apple One plans, which are subscription bundles offering one price for a variety of Apple services.
Apple One bundle plans were launch in Canada and beyond this fall, offering Individual, Family, and Premier tiers (where available).
According to Apple’s website, the Individual plan at $15.95 CAD “offers a savings of over $7 (CAD) per month”. This plan includes Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and 50GB of iCloud storage.
The Apple One Family plan at $20.95 CAD per month, “offers a savings of over $10 (CAD) per month”, explains the company. This plan is shareable with up to five family members and includes a larger 200GB iCloud storage cap.
As for Apple One Premier, Apple says it “offers a savings of over $32 (CAD) per month”, and this service includes Apple News+ in Canada, along with the upcoming Apple Fitness+ service (coming late 2020).
“Once subscribed, customers can enjoy the services included with Apple One on any platform where the services are available,” explains Apple.
All Apple One plans will see a release date of this fall in over 100 countries and regions, while the Premier plan will only be available in Australia, Canada, the UK, and the US, where Apple News+ is available.
Once you start paying for these new Apple One plans, it’ll be hard to go back to individual service pricing based on the savings. It’ll be interesting to see how much of an increase Apple services will jump, once we see a full quarter with Apple One in effect.