Oct 7, 2019

Report: Apple Consider To Launch An "All-In-One" Subscription Bundle

Apple has reportedly been talking with major music companies about the plans to create an all-in-one subscription bundle that will include Apple Music and Apple TV+. However, the report from Financial Times suggested that some record labels voiced their concerns that the bundle would lead to lost in the revenue.

FT went on to say that neither Apple nor record labels have discussed on the pricing of the new bundle, and whether or not it will include Apple's other subscription services, including iCloud, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Apple Care+. Spotify, Apple Music's biggest rival, for example, has a competitively priced subscriptions for its music service plus subscription video on demand service Hulu.

Currently, Apple is charging Apple Music for $10, Apple News+ for $10, Apple Arcade for $5, and the upcoming Apple TV+ will be available for $5 (unless if you have purchased an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, or Mac products as of September 10 and later. Thus, in total,  it would cost you a $30 to subscribe all these service, a rate at which Apple would charge for the all-in-one subscription bundle.

Editor's opinion: I would subscribe that in a heart beat, consider one bundle contains four subscriptions for maybe a discounted rate? Also, it would save us as customers some time, otherwise, it could potentially lose some customers.

So what do you think of the "all-in-one" subscription bundle? Would you subscribe it?

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