Apple’s integrated “Apple One” subscription that will bundle its services together, as previously described, is seen by 9to5Google via a string of code in the latest beta version of Apple’s Android. With services offered in the basic tier in the most expensive plans, Apple Music and Apple TV + in the cheapest tier, and bundles with Apple Arcade, Apple News + and additional iCloud storage, expect a tedious approach.
The mention of Apple One is not viewable in the app itself, but 9to5Google broke the apk of Apple Music to find it. According to the wire in the app, Apple Music will be included with the Apple One at launch. The code also makes it clear that Apple One and Apple Music subscriptions will not overlap – in the sense that you will not need to pay twice.
It seems that if customers subscribe to each of them individually, Apple aims to provide a bunch of services at lower prices. The bundle can also encourage customers to subscribe to more Apple services. The code states that you will not be able to manage or renew an Apple One subscription from the Android version of Apple Music, and will have to use an iOS device to do so.
“Aristotle” is likely the internal code name used by Apple for the upcoming product.
Last month, Bloomberg reported that Apple was working on a series of bundles that would allow customers to subscribe to Apple’s many digital services at a lower monthly price. A basic level would include Apple Music and Apple TV +, while a pricier variation would be those two services and the Apple Arcade Gaming service. The next tier, according to the report, will also add Apple News +, with more expensive variants all included, as well as additional iCloud storage for files and photos ….