For Apple's September (iPhone-free) product announcement, not just for smartwatches and tablets, Apple has also unveiled the company's long-rumored new service pack, the Apple One.
The Apple One, as the previous unconfirmed news has also suggested it combines the various services of the Cupertino giant, more precisely Apple Music, Apple TV +, Apple Arcade, iCloud, at a better price than if users subscribed to them separately. The package comes in three designs, these are Individual, Family and Premier subscriptions – although according to Apple's Hungarian website, only the first two will be available in our region, which is not surprising since Premier is not yet available in Hungary for Apple News + and It also includes Fitness + services.
The company charges HUF 3,350 gross per month for the Custom Package, so subscribers will receive 50 gigabytes of iCloud storage in addition to Apple Music, Apple TV + and Apple Arcade access. The Family package is available for HUF 4,450 per month and can be shared with up to five family members – in addition to which there is already 200 gigabytes of iCloud storage space. The Premier scheme, which is currently unavailable in Hungary, already comes with 2 terabytes of online storage, and Apple also gets Apple News + and Fintess + for $ 29.95 a month.
The company has not yet set an exact launch date for Apple One , promises consolidated subscriptions will arrive “in the fall.” The company will also provide a 30-day free trial of the service.
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