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Image: Apple Apple’s new Apple One bundle, which gives customers an assortment of Apple-owned services for a monthly fee, is likely to help out subscriptions for all of its offerings, but few need it as much as TV Plus. Apple has been relatively quiet about anything related to TV Plus’ metrics in the almost year it’s been out. There are no subscriber numbers, no big displays of bragging about The Morning Show or Ted Lasso’s viewership figures. (In fairness to Apple, the company hasn’t given an update on Apple Music subscribers since June 2019, and while CEO Tim Cook did share this year that Apple News has 125 million subscribers, he chose not to disclose how many people signed up for $10 subscription version.) All that exists is reports from... Continue reading…
There are a couple of questions I ask myself before I spend money on a game. How long is it? Can my PC run it? And if there’s a dog in it, can I pet it? In the case of Humble Bundle’s latest collection of games the answer to the last question is a resounding “Yes!” The store has partnered with the Twitter account “Can You Pet the Dog?” for its latest bundle, which includes a total of eight games which are guaranteed to include a least one virtual dog, ripe for the petting. By now you almost certainly know what the deal is with Humble Bundles, but the standard pay-what-you-want rules apply. You can pay a minimum price of $1 to unlock four of the bundle’s games (Scribblenauts Unlimited, Beyond Eyes, Dog Sled Saga, and Bulb Boy), pay more... Continue reading…
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Spotify said regulators should "act urgently to restrict Apple's anti-competitive behavior" after the reveal of Apple One, a subscription bundle.
Apple's new bundle brings its services together under one bill, but there are a few things we'd like to know before we subscribe.
Apple announced its subscription bundle Apple One today that combines the goods many of its services. It has individual and family tier in over 100 countries that combine subscription to Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and 50 or 200GB of iCloud storage depending on the plan.  The individual plan costs $14.95 per month and the family plan costs $19.95 per month in the US. Apple has priced the bundle in such a way that you might at least want to try it, even if you don’t use all of the services available. In the US, the combination of three services… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Apple, the world’s most valuable company, is currently under assault by Fortnite developer Epic Games in an incredible legal and cultural fight, but Epic was hardly the first to accuse Apple of abusing monopolistic power. Today, Spotify — the music service whose complaints helped launch two official EU antitrust investigations into Apple’s App Store and Apple Pay practices — has taken offense at Apple’s announcement of an all-in-one subscription bundle that includes its rival Apple Music. Here’s Spotify’s statement: Once again, Apple is using its dominant position and unfair practices to disadvantage competitors and deprive consumers by favoring its own services. We call on competition authorities to act urgently to restrict Apple’s... Continue reading…
Commentary: The oft-ignored iCloud storage took center stage and may be the reason people will give the Apple One bundle a shot.
Now we know Apple's vision for subscription bundles: Apple One bundles four Apple services for music, TV, games and loud storage at $14.95 a month -- or six of them, including new Fitness Plus, for $29.95.
Apple Arcade, TV+, Music, and iCloud in one package. News+, more iCloud for more.
The long-rumored bundle bringing together Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, Apple News Plus, and iCloud storage is here. Apple will give customers different options to combine its streaming services in a new Apple One bundle. There are three types of bundles: 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 includes the same apps, but with 200GB of iCloud storage. It’s $19.95 a month. The Premier plan gives subscribers Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, 2TB of iCloud storage, Apple News Plus, and the newly announced Apple Fitness Plus for $29.95 a month. Fitness Plus is a new subscription service... Continue reading…
TLDR: With The Digital Marketing Foundations 101 Bundle, you’ll have all the background to launch a smart and effective digital marketing campaign for your business. Have you heard that some forward-thinking futurists are already dubbing the 2020’s as “The Decade of the Home?” Look, we think that might be jumping the gun a bit, but we’ll concede it’s definitely not an impossible potential future for the next 10 years or so. If the next decade is defined by people staying and working from their homes, then all the more reason to make sure your marketing strategies are optimized for reaching… This story continues at The Next Web
OpenExpress does away with intellectual property licensing burdens Electrical engineering boffins from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have released NVMe controller technology called OpenExpress to help academic researchers develop faster storage devices without rapidly depleting their budgets.…
The latest tidbits come ahead of Apple virtual event Tuesday that's expected to feature news about Apple Watch and iPad, too.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge The latest beta version of Apple Music for Android contains strings of code that directly mention the rumored bundle of the company’s services, according to 9to5Google, and even the name “Apple One” is in there. “Subscription bundle” is also part of the new text, as are prompts about how customers can manage their Apple One subscription from an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV. These mentions of Apple One aren’t viewable in the app itself, but 9to5Google broke down the Apple Music APK to find them. The code strings back up reporting from Bloomberg last month that revealed Apple will soon announce a discounted subscription for several of its services. The company is expected to take a tiered approach, combining Apple Music and Apple TV... Continue reading…
Xbox Series X and Series S are coming and Microsoft isn’t taking any chances that you might not want to sign up to Xbox Game Pass, with a huge bundle deal that is set to include EA Play. The two new consoles – both of which will go up for preorder on September 22, Microsoft confirmed today – will get … Continue reading
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The bundle would give players a copy of the game on current and new consoles