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PETER GRIFFIN: Apple One reinforces the power of the digital bundle

Peter Griffin
Thu, 17 Sep 2020

Peter Griffin
Thu, 17 Sep 2020
The big news from Apple’s slate of new product announcements yesterday was not the fancy new watch that measures your blood oxygen levels or even the super-thin iPad Air.It was Apple One, the service bundle bringing together Apple Music, Apple TV+, the Apple Arcade games service and iCloud storage in one monthly payment.At $23.95 a month for an individual account and 50 gigabytes of storage, that’s a $10.70 discount on what Apple users pay for those services separately now. For the family plan, which lets you share the services amon...

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