Apple’s services bundle for Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Fitness+ has launched.
The Cupertino company first announced Apple One during its September 2020 event. Its chief financial officer, Luca Maestri, later told Bloomberg that Apple One would go live Friday 30 October 2020. So, as expected, you can now subscribe to three different bundle tiers: Individual, Family, and Premier. Apple One’s Individual and Family plans are available in over 100 countries and regions, including in the US and UK.
The Premier plan also launched, but only in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia – or where Apple News+ is available. Fitness+ won’t join Apple One until later.
Here’s how much each Apple One tier costs at launch (keep in mind all new Apple One subscribers get 30 days free to try the service):
- Individual: You get Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud storage for £14.95/$14.95 per month.
- Family: Up to six members of your family get Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Apple Arcade, and 200GB of iCloud for £14.95/$19.95 per month.
- Premier: Includes all the other benefits, but ups the iCloud storage to 2TB per month and adds subscriptions to the News+ magazine and newspaper service and the newly announced Fitness+ service for £29.95/$29.95 per month.
Fitness+ doesn’t have a firm launch date, but Maestri told Bloomberg the app will launch in the US “this quarter”, or by the end of the year, with training for yoga, cycling, running, strength exercises, and other types of workouts. It’ll cost $9.99 a month when not bundled with Apple One.
How to subscribe to Apple One
First-time subscribers can follow these steps to subscribe to Apple One:
- Open the Settings app on your iOS device.
- Go to your name at the top of Settings.
- Select the Subscriptions menu.
- Select Get Apple One.
- Choose the Apple One tier you want.
- Select Start Free trial.
If you already have an Apple subscription, like to Apple Music, you’ll receive a pro-rated refund for any days remaining on your existing subscription(s).
Want to know more?
Check out our guide on Apple One for more details.