Apple One Overview Updated May 29, 2021

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Announced in March of 2020, Apple One is an all-in-one subscription that bundles up to six Apple services: Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, Apple News+, and Apple Fitness+. Here’s everything you need to know about Apple One.

Pricing: What does Apple One cost? Can I share with my family?

Apple One is a subscription bundle, which offers three different tiers.

  • Individual: $14.95/month for Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud storage.
  • Family: $19.95/month, you can share Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and 200GB of iCloud storage with up to six family members.
  • Premier: $29.95, you can share Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, Apple Fitness+, and 2TB of iCloud storage with up to six family members.

Any services you haven’t already subscribed to are free for the first month of your Apple One subscription. You can cancel it at any time.

For comparison’s sake, here’s how much each service costs individually:

  • Apple Music: $9.99/month for the individual plan, $16.99/month for the family plan, and $4.99 for the student plan.
  • Apple TV+: $4.99/month.
  • Apple Arcade: $4.99/month.
  • Apple News+: $9.99/month.
  • Apple Fitness+: $9.99/month or $79.99/year.
  • iCloud: $0.99/month for 50GB, $2.99/month for 200GB, and $9.99/month for 2TB.

What does every Apple One service do?

Apple Music

Apple Music is the company’s music streaming subscription-based service that was released on June 30 of 2015 in 100 countries. Apple Music has over 70 million songs in its catalog and offers the ability to download your favorite tracks and play them offline.

Recently, the company announced Lossless support for Apple Music. Starting June, 20 million songs will be available in a higher quality. By the end of the year, all the catalog will be available in Lossless for more than 75 million tracks in the Apple Music library.

Apple Music has also launched support for Spatial Audio music with songs authored in Dolby Atmos. Users will be able to listen to select albums with an immersive 3D sound-space on AirPodsAirPods ProAirPods Max and Beats headphones with an H1 or W1 chip. Apple says thousands of Dolby Atmos songs will go live in June.

Here is everything you need to know about Apple Music.

Apple TV+

Apple TV+ offers exclusive Apple original TV shows and movies in 4K HDR quality. You can watch across all of your screens and pick up where you left off on any device. Here’s every Apple original television show and movie available now on Apple TV+, as well as the latest trailers.

Apple Arcade

Apple Arcade

Apple Arcade is a game subscription service with over 180 new and exclusive games. The service syncs between all of your devices and supports offline playing. There are no ads or in-app purchases with the service. The service allows access to all members in a Family Sharing account.

Here’s some of our favorite Apple Arcade games:

Here’s everything you need to know about Apple Arcade.

Apple News+

Apple News+ integrates directly into the News app and features magazines from National Geographic, Popular Science, New Yorker, Vogue, Rolling Stone, and more. Apple News+ also includes content from the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal. Readers can follow their favorite topics, favorite publications, and even subscribe to push notifications for breaking news alerts.

Here’s everything you need to know about Apple News+.

Apple Fitness+

 Apple calls Fitness+ the “next era of fitness” and for people of all skill levels. Fitness+ requires an Apple Watch and can be used with iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV with the latest software updates rolling out today.

Here’s everything you need to know about Apple Fitness+.



iCloud was launched in 2011 as the successor to MobileMe and is Apple’s current cloud service that allows iOS and Mac users to save and synchronize information. Apple includes 5GB of iCloud storage for free with all accounts and has paid options starting at $0.99/month for 50GB, going up to 2TB for $9.99.

Here’s everything you need to know about iCloud.

How do I sign up?

There are a few options to sign up for Apple One. If you’re using an iPhone with iOS 14, an iPad with iPadOS 14, or a Mac with macOS Big Sur, just click here. It’s also possible to search for Apple One on your device or go to:

  • Settings > Account > Manage Subscriptions

Apple says that if it will save you money, the company will automatically recommend an Apple One plan when you sign up for individual Apple services, based on the services you already have.

Which device and operating system do I need for every service?

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Apple One services work across your Apple devices:

  • iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 14 or later;
  • iPad with iPadOS 14 or later;
  • Apple TV with tvOS 14 or later;
  • Mac with macOS Big Sur 11.1 or later.

Apple Fitness+ for instance requires an Apple Watch Series 3 or later. It’s possible to access Apple Music and Apple TV+ through Android devices or web apps.

Can I get more iCloud storage?

Yes, you can. It’s possible to have 4TB of iCloud storage with the Apple One + standalone iCloud subscription. As already explained, every Apple One plan comes with a different storage option for iCloud. If you need more, you can pay extra:

  • $0.99/month for 50GB;
  • $2.99/month for 200GB
  • $9.99/month for 2TB.

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On Monday, Spotify announced it was going to raise its subscription prices starting next month. With Apple Music prices staying the same, for now at least, the Apple One bundle could become even more tempting for users to subscribe. In fact, for many Apple fans, now could be the time to make the jump.

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Apple One Stories October 30, 2020

Apple has officially started rolling out its new Apple One subscription services bundle to users. The bundle offers discounted rates when you subscribe to multiple Apple services, including Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple News+, and more.

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Apple One Stories September 17, 2020

When Apple announced its Apple One service bundles, it immediately raised a query for many: those with different Apple IDs for iCloud and Apple Music. Would the system cope with that situation, allowing them to take advantage of the savings?

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