Apple's big subscription bundle dubbed Apple One, which was announced at the brand's Time Flies event last month alongside the Watch Series 6, Watch SE, and new iPads, goes live today.
Apple Chief Financial Officer, Luca Maestri, told Bloomberg that its big services bundle that brings its individual services like Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and Apple News Plus goes live today. As said in the event last month, there are three different bundle tiers users can choose from; Individual, Family, and Premier.
The Individual plan, which costs ₹195 per month, includes access to Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud storage. The Family plan, on the other hand, ups the iCloud storage to 200GB and adds an Apple Music family plan to the mix, though the Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade plans remain untouched. It is available for ₹365 per month and can be shared with up to five individuals.
There's also a Premier plan, which, sadly, is only available in the United States as of now for $29.95 a month. Apart from all the usual services, it adds access to Apple News+ and Apple Fitness+ and ups the iCloud storage to 2TB. The Apple Fitness+ service, which has not been officially introduced yet, is set to go live by this quarter.