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Apple services are now under Apple One umbrella

Written by Matti Robinson @ 16 Sep 2020 3:29

Apple services are now under Apple One umbrella

Apple announced a bunch of devices in both iPads, the 8th gen iPad and new iPad Air, as well as Apple Watches, Apple Watch Series 6 and entirely new Apple Watch SE, but they also had some nice service and software announcements.
And we're not talking about the annual iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, etc updates, although there were those too. We're talking about the completely new service collection Apple One.

Apple One is a umbrella under which Apple has collected all of its most important services. This includes iCloud, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, and Apple TV+.



There are three tiers to the service with the cheapest being $14.95/mo Individual plan. With $19.95/mo you get the service for the entire family, and if you require Apple New and new Fitness+ services, the Premium package is for you at $29.95/mo.



The iCloud storage space depends also on the tier, Individual gets only 50 GB while Family has 200 GB and Premium 2 TB. Both Family and Premium can be shared with up to six family members.

According to Apple the savings compared to combining the standard plans are $6 for Individual plan, $8 for Family plan, and $25 for Premium plan.

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