How Much Does Apple One Cost?
Apple One is a subscription which bundles a number of premium services provided by Apple Inc. into tiered packages, first offered in late 2020. The three tiers offered are Individual, Family, and Premier, with all three providing access to Apple Music Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and iCloud storage (50 GB for Individual, 200 GB for Family, and 2TB for Premier). The Premier tier also includes Apple News+ and Apple Fitness+. Both family and premier packages allow family sharing for up to six people. Additional iCloud Storage can be purchased on top of an Apple One subscription.
It’s the easiest way to get your favourite Apple services at one incredible price and get even more enjoyment out of your Apple devices. Apple One includes the best services to keep you entertained and informed, as well as iCloud storage for your photos, files and more.
How much does Apple One Cost?
Apple One was announced on September 15, 2020, during the Apple Event and later launched globally on October 30. Plans for a services bundle had been in development at Apple for years, as part of the company’s efforts to increase its revenue from services and decrease its reliance on hardware sales.
As said above the subscription groups premium services provided by Apple Inc. into tiered packages. The three tiers offered are Individual, Family, and Premier. Apple One subscription bundles are designed to entice users into other services which they might not otherwise have considered subscribing to, such as Apple Arcade or Apple News+, by providing them together at a discounted price.
According to Apple, a user who would intend to pay for each component service contained in the Individual bundle would save roughly $6 monthly by instead paying for Apple One at the Individual tier, while under the same premise, a Family tier subscriber would save $8 per month and a Premier tier subscriber roughly $25 per month.
The Individual plan is $15.95 per month, the Family plan is $20.95 per month and the Premier plan is $33.95 per month.
How to get a subscription to Apple One?
You have a few options. If you’re using an iPhone with iOS 14, an iPad with iPadOS 14 or a Mac with macOS Big Sur then update your device first.
Apple One bundles up to six great Apple services into one easy subscription. Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and the all-new Apple Fitness+ powered by Apple Watch and iCloud+ all come together for you or your entire family to enjoy. Update your iPhone, iPad or Mac to the latest OS to get Apple One and choose the plan that’s right for you.
For iPhone and iPad, go to Settings > General > Software Update
For Mac, go to System Preferences > Software Update
Once your device is updated, go to Settings, tap your name, and select Subscriptions. Then choose your plan and start enjoying the services included with Apple One across all your devices.
You can cancel at any time, no strings attached.
You can also search for Apple One on your device or go to Settings > Account > Manage Subscriptions. Also if it will save you money, Apple will automatically recommend an Apple One plan when you sign up for individual Apple services, based on the services you already have.
Apple One services work across your Apple devices, including iPhone and iPod touch with iOS 14 or later, iPad with iPadOS 14 or later, Apple TV with tvOS 14 or later and Mac with macOS Big Sur 11.1 or later. If you subscribe through another device, you can still enjoy Apple One on any version of macOS earlier than macOS Big Sur. Apple Fitness+, included with the Apple One Premier plan, requires Apple Watch Series 3 or later.
Once you subscribe, you can enjoy your Apple One services on any platforms where the services are available, including the web (Apple Music and Apple TV+), select smart TVs (Apple Music and Apple TV+), Apple Watch (Apple Fitness+), Android (Apple Music) or other third‑party streaming devices (Apple Music and Apple TV+).
Also, note that any services you haven’t already subscribed to are free for the first month of your Apple One subscription. After the free trial, the plan automatically renews as a monthly subscription. There’s no commitment, and you can cancel at any time. Also, you can purchase additional iCloud storage separately to supplement what’s included with your Apple One plan.
If you have the Apple One Family or Premier plan, you can use Family Sharing to share all included Apple services with up to five other family members. Also, Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade always include Family Sharing, even in the Apple One Individual plan
How to contact Apple in Canada?
There are various ways to contact Apple in Canada. Here given below is what Apple Canada suggests and the ways and means to contact them.
Apple.com is a convenient place to purchase Apple products and accessories from Apple and other manufacturers. You can buy online or call (800) MY–APPLE (800–692–7753).
You can get information about an order you placed on the Apple Online Store through the Order Status page. If you prefer, you can also get the order status or make changes by phone at (800) 692–7753.
You can visit any nearest Apple Retail store. Find store hours and contact information for all locations.
Get Financing for Your Business or Your School with Apple Financial Services offers financing on Apple products for educational institutions and businesses. Speak with your Apple representative to learn more.
Also, you can find Consultants for that Visit their Apple Consultants Network page to find a consultant in Canada or the U.S.
Apple Canada Customer Accessibility visit Apple Accessibility to get the additional information and provide feedback on the accessibility features found in Apple products. See also Apple Canada’s Accessibility Standards Policy and Plan.
If you are a student or teacher, visit the Apple Store for Education or call 1–800–692–7753.
If you are buying on behalf of an educational institution, visit the Apple Store for Education Institutions or call 800-800-2775, 7 days a week from 7 AM to 4 PM pacific time7 days a week from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pacific time.
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Use their Reseller Locator to find an Apple Authorized Reseller in Canada.
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