Update Oct. 30: Apple One bundles are now live.
Apple has announced its Apple One subscriptions are set to launch on Friday, October 30, 2020.
The news comes from Apple CFO Luca Maestri, who told Bloomberg the new subscription bundles are launching on Friday. He also said the Fitness+ service is set to launch this quarter as well (via @markgurman).
Apple One subscription bundles offer a variety of Apple services for one monthly price. Apple says Canadians can save as much as $32 per month with Apple One.
Apple One comes in Individual, Family and Premier tiers, priced from $15.95 CAD per month, and $20.95 and $33.95 per month respectively.
“Once subscribed, customers can enjoy the services included with Apple One on any platform where the services are available,” explains Apple.
Australia, Canada, the UK, and the US will get Premier at launch, as that’s where Apple News+ is available.
Apple today announced its Q4 earnings, seeing revenue of $64.7 billion for the quarter.