Today, Apple increased the subscription prices for Apple TV+, Apple Music, and the Apple One bundle in the U.S. by joining various other companies that have raised the prices of their subscription plans this year. According to Apple, prices are going up as of today due to increased licensing costs. For Apple Music, the increase will provide artists and songwriters with additional money for their music. Also, the price of Apple TV+ is rising now that it has more content.
Apple TV+, Apple Music, and Apple One pricing list:
- Individual plan – $10.99/month, a $1 increase
- Family plan – $16.99/month, a $2 increase
- Annual plan for individuals – $109/year, a $10 increase
- Monthly plan – $6.99/month, a $2 increase
- Annual plan – $69/year, a $20 increase
- Individual plan – $16.95/month, a $2 increase
- Family plan – $22.95/month, a $3 increase
- Premium plan – $32.95/month, a $3 increase
Apple will be raising the price for an individual that is using its Music subscription by 10 percent. So now, one can expect to see a price rise from 9.99 US Dollars to 10.99 US Dollars. Furthermore, the brand has also hiked the pricing for the family subscription pack as well, with the service now costing 16.99 US Dollars.
The Apple TV+ subscriber will also have to pay around 40 percent more for the monthly subscription. So, one now has to pay 6.99 US Dollars, which is 2 US Dollars more than the previous pricing. The company has also raised the cost of its Apple One package as well. Apple One package basically includes Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and even News+, Fitness+, and a whopping 2TB of iCloud+ storage as well. The new subscription fee for this service is 32.95 US Dollars, which is a 10 percent hike over the original pricing.
Current Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Apple One subscribers will receive notifications about the price increase 30 days ahead of when it is enacted, giving them time to cancel if they do not wish to pay the higher price. What is your thought about this price increase? You can share with us in the comment section.