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Apple is set to launch its subscription bundle, Apple One, on Friday

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Apple Inc.’s new subscription package, the Apple One, will be launched on Friday, offering low – cost access to the company’s various online services.

“Customers came to us and asked for an easy way to buy all our services, we wanted to offer it, and we look forward to Apple One getting out of there tomorrow,” Apple told AAPL
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CEO Tim Cook said in a post-income conference call on Thursday.

Prices Apple One New services range from $ 15 to $ 30 per month, with a 30-day free trial. This includes access to its streaming-music service, Apple Music, its streaming-video service Apple TV +, its online video game service Apple Arcade, and its storage service Apple Cloud. The more expensive layers will provide additional cloud storage and additional services such as Apple News + and the upcoming Apple Fitness +.

Individual subscription services are still available.

The bundle is expected to boost revenue for Apple’s service segment, and will provide Apple with another steady revenue that is less dependent on sales of new devices.

Apple announced its financial fourth quarter on Thursday Revenue from services.5 14.55 billion The company expects service business to grow by double digits in the last quarter of December, from $ 12.51 billion a year ago, said CEO Luca Maistry.

Apple shares fell in extended trading on Thursday, but have risen 57% to date, against the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA 6.6% decline this year.
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