Time to splurge yourself with the upcoming subscription bundles.
Apple One is about to be created as a subscription bundle to offer multiple company-made services at a lower price. According to Bloomberg reports, the cheapest bundle will be the combination of the compan’s own Music and Apple TV plus. The other reported subscription will be the stack of iCloud Arcade, Apple News Plus, and the iCloud storage. There would also be Peloton-style virtual fitness service, which is going to be called Seymour, based on Bloomberg reports.
The combination for each bundle is not yet set but would change in the course of preparation. However, as explained by Bloomberg, they are confident that these bundles will support the Family Sharing system, allowing six users to access.
Apple One Release Date
Based on Bloomberg’s statement, the planned bundles are scheduled to launch alongside the new iPhones this October. The bundle will also be set to be compatible with the new operating system, iOS 14. This will also serve as a basis for new bundle subscriptions.
As of today, Apple offers, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News+, iCloud, Apple Care, and an iPhone upgrade program. The company has been trying for years to increase adaptations. The bundle could entice users to enhance their subscription costs and try their services.
IOS 14 Rumor
Based on the speculations, iOS 14 will be officially released this September 2020. When done with the beta testing in the fall, the new software will see a public release alongside new iPhones, provided Apple sticks to its traditional release schedule.
The company is also testing a range of extra features for iMessage, and it could include the new functionality in the iOS 14 update. There’s a new Slack-like mention system that will allow users to tag contacts with their name. There will also be a group chat that will make it possible to mute the conversation but receive push notifications when direct mentions are included.