Apple is today increasing the price of a number of its services including the Apple One subscription bundle that includes them.
The services that are getting a price hike include Apple Music and Apple TV+, with the aforementioned Apple One bundle also increasing in price as a result.
The new price increases generally cost an extra $1 or $2 per month depending on the subscription you have, but you’ll see the price increase more if you have Apple One for obvious reasons.
The price increases mean that customers will now pay $10.99 per month for an Apple Music Individual plan, $16.99 per month for a Family plan, and $109 per year for an Annual Individual plan. Those prices represent increases of $1, $2, and $10 respectively.
As for Apple TV+, the monthly plan now costs $6.99 per month while the Annual plan is now $69 per year. That means increases of $2 and $20 respectively.
Finally, Apple One. Those paying for the Individual plan pay $2 more, or $16.95 per month. The Family plan is now $3 more expensive at $22.95 per month, while the Premium plan goes up the same amount and now costs $32.95.
While Apple has only confirmed the price increase in the United States to 9to5Mac, it sounds likely that we can expect similar bumps internationally, too. Apple says that the price increase is down to additional royalties that will be paid to artists, at least in the case of Apple Music.
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