Apple’s bundled service subscription plan is just a few days away and chances are Apple might be tempting you in coming future to get rid of the rival Amazon’s Prime membership to let you save some of your hard-earned money.
Apple is all set to hold its September event on Sep 15 where it is supposed to announce the redesigned iPad Air along with Apple Watch Series 6 and an alleged cheaper Apple Watch which may be known as Apple Watch SE and there are high stakes that Apple might be also announcing its bundle services subscription.
9to5Mac has found quite a bit hints in the iOS 14 beta such as ‘Cancel Apple One’ and ‘Keep Apple One’ which suggests one thing for sure that this subscription service is going to be named Apple One. Another thing which is quite evident is that you will be getting an option to cancel the service so it might be getting billed monthly but there’s no idea about what will be the charges.
MacRumors has also reported that Apple has registered a bunch of domains with AppleOne in the URL which also hints at the possible Apple One existence.
The reference was found in the settings under the Manage Subscriptions menu while the 9to5Google has also reported that the Android version of Apple Music has references to “Apple One”.
The “Apple One” is supposed to bundle all the Apple services such as Apple TV+ and Apple Music in the basic package while the higher price package would also include the Apple Arcade.
The September 15 event is going to pack a lot but doesn’t expect any iPhones there since Apple has already confirmed that iPhones are going to come later than it was supposed to due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Nothing is sure for now and its suggestion that you should wait till the official keynote begins for an official confirmation because Apple’s been doing unexpected things lately such as making fools out of lots of tipsters on September 9th.