Apple Increasing Pricing of Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Apple One
Apple today announced pricing increases for several of its services, including Apple Music, Apple TV+, and the Apple One bundles that include those services.
Apple Music is increasing in price by $1 for individual users and $2 for the family plan, while Apple TV is increasing in price by $2. All Apple One prices will also rise accordingly, according to information obtained by 9to5Mac. Full pricing is as follows:
- 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 says that 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. The price of Apple TV+ is rising now that it has more content, according to Apple.
The pricing increases listed pertain to the United States, but prices will be going up in most countries. 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.
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