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Apple will launch the Apple One subscription bundle on October 30, with Fitness+ launching later in the quarter, according to Apple's CFO Luca Maestri.
Apple announced the streaming bundle during the "Time Flies" event in September, and said it would later in the year. Fitness will come a little later, but before the end of 2020.
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman announced the launch date on Twitter moments before Apple's earnings call on Thursday. He said the CFO Luca Maestri told them the service would launch on October 30.
Price tiers of Apple One bundles
- The "individual" plan includes Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and 50GB of iCloud storage, for $14.95 a month.
- The "family" plan includes Apple Music, Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade, with 200GB of iCloud storage, and the ability to share among up to six family members, for $19.95 a month.
- The "Premiere" package will offer those plus Apple News+ and the new Fitness+ that's for $29.95 a month, and can also be shared with up to six family members.
The Premiere plan, per Apple, will save up to $25 per month, compared to subscribing to all of those individually.