Apple One Breakdown: What’s Included, How to Sign Up, and More

Apple’s new Apple One service bundle rolls out today, allowing users to combine up to 6 subscription services including Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News, Apple Fitness, and iCloud. It provides access to Apple services for one bundled monthly price so you can streamline your subscriptions and accounts. By combining the services and subscribing to Apple One, customers will save 30% compared to subscribing to each service individually.

Any services you haven’t already tried will be free for the first month.

Below is the pricing breakdown for each plan, via Apple’s website:

The Individual plan is $14.95 per month, the Family plan is $19.95 per month, and the Premier plan is $29.95 per month.

Each plan will include Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and iCloud services. The Individual Plan will offer 50GB of iCloud space, with 200GB available under the Family Plan. The Premier plan will also include Apple News+ and Apple Fitness+ when it launches later this year. Premier includes 2TB of iCloud storage. You can purchase additional iCloud storage separately for any tier to supplement what’s included with your Apple One plan.

Up to five users on the Family and Premier plans can sign in with their own Apple ID. So everyone has private access to each service and gets personalized recommendations.

The Individual and Family plans will be available in more than 100 countries. The Premier plan will only be available in countries where Apple New Plus is available, namely the US, UK, Australia, and Canada.

Since Apple One is in the earlier rollout stages, you can check to see if it’s available on your device yet by checking your subscriptions in either the App Store or Settings. Open the App Store, then tap your profile picture in the upper-right corner, and got to Subscriptions. If the service is available, you’ll see a banner promoting Apple One.

You can also check for it under the Settings app by tapping your name at the top, then going to Subscriptions that way.