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Today Apple One subscriptions launched in the morning. This Apple One Subscription system will likely appear on your iPhone first, then spread throughout the Apple ecosystem. The Apple One Subscription was first revealed earlier this year as a way for Apple users to combine their favorite systems into one single Apple subscription service – now’s the time for that subscription … Continue reading
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Apple has rolled out its Apple One subscription bundle, which combines several services — including Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, and Apple Arcade — for a single monthly price. Apple One also includes additional iCloud storage, with the allotment going up the more you pay.
Apple One comes in three different tiers:
Individual ($14.95 / month): Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud storage
Family ($19.95 / month): Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and 200GB of iCloud storage
Premier ($29.95 / month): Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, Apple News Plus, Apple Fitness Plus (coming later this year), and 2TB of iCloud storage
Both the Family and Premier plans can be shared with up to five other people...
Apple One, a bundle combining services like Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, and Apple Arcade into one monthly subscription, is now available. The bundle was first announced at an event last month, before Apple confirmed the release date yesterday. Currently, you can subscribe to the bundle via the App Store on iOS. Open the store, head into the account page by tapping the profile icon on the top right, tap subscriptions, and you should see the option to subscribe to Apple One. However, on Apple’s site itself, the bundle is currently listed as “Coming this fall.”
At launch, there are three different tiers available, which range in price from the $14.95 Individual tier to the $29.95 Premier plans. With the Individual plan, you get Apple Music,...
Apple One bundles range in price from $14.95 to $29.95 a month, and the apps and iCloud storage space you get will vary based on the tier you pick.
Apple’s big services bundle that will bring together products like Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and Apple News Plus, will launch tomorrow, the company’s chief financial officer, Luca Maestri, told Bloomberg.
Apple first announced Apple One during a September event, breaking down the different tiers that customers will be able to access. There are three different bundle tiers people can choose: Individual, Family, and Premier.
The Individual plan gives subscribers Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and iCloud storage (50GB) for $14.95 a month. The Family plan ups the amount of iCloud storage to 200GB of iCloud storage for $19.95 a month and adds an Apple Music family plan (the Arcade and TV Plus benefits are the same...
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The game is available to play now.
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Many Apple services were hit by outages Tuesday evening, including the App Store, Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, and Apple Arcade, according to Apple’s system status page. For a majority of the affected services, Apple vaguely said that “some users were affected,” though for AppleCare in iOS and Apple School Manager, Apple said “all users were affected.”
Here are some of the services that were affected at one point in time. Apple’s status page says that 25 outages were resolved today.
iCloud Account & Sign In
iCloud Web Apps (iCloud.com)
iWork for iCloud
Apple Music radio
Apple TV Plus
Commentary: Apple's subscription gaming service is not a console competitor, but it's not supposed to be.
For a time, it almost seemed that Android missed the mobile gaming train with more titles opting to go iOS first or even iOS only. Of course, Google’s mobile platform does have thousands of titles, not all of them that noteworthy, but things have definitely improved these past years. It’s almost ironic considering how Android has more open support for … Continue reading