Apple confirms existence of Apple One subscription bundle

Apple's upcoming subscription bundles, under the product name 'Apple One', have reportedly been confirmed in new Android software code. 

The tech giant, which is expected to unveil a new iPhone next week, references Apple One in code for the latest release of the Apple Music app for Android, as discovered and first reported by 9to5Google. 

Apple One bundles are expected to include music, gaming, cloud storage and other Apple services in a range of combinations and price tiers, as a rival to Amazon Prime. 

The subscription bundles will let customers sign up for several of the iPhone maker's digital services at a lower monthly price. 

Apple One is planned to launch as early as October alongside its new iPhone 12 range, as previously reported by Bloomberg.  

Apple One bundles will include music, gaming, cloud storage and other Apple services in a range of combinations and price tiers, as a rival to Amazon Prime. Pictured, Apple CEO Tim Cook announcing the Apple TV+ last year, which would be included in Apple One

Apple One bundles will include music, gaming, cloud storage and other Apple services in a range of combinations and price tiers, as a rival to Amazon Prime. Pictured, Apple CEO Tim Cook announcing the Apple TV+ last year, which would be included in Apple One

Apple mentioned Apple One – which has the internal codename 'Aristotle' – in code for the 3.4.0 beta release of ‌Apple Music‌ for Android. 

The snippet of code explains that Apple One won't overlap with an Apple Music subscription, meaning customers won't have to pay double.  

'Your ‌Apple Music‌ subscription will be included in Apple One starting %s,' the code reads, as quoted by 9to5Google.

'You will not be charged for both subscriptions. 

'You can manage your Apple One subscription using your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Mac.'  

Apple will package services such as Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple News+, Apple Arcade and iCloud storage into different plans, which will be offered at a discounted price, Bloomberg reported last month. 

A starter Apple One subscription will include access to Apple TV+ and Apple Music, while more expensive premium bundles will also include Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and more iCloud storage, 9to5Google claims. 

The bundles are designed to encourage customers to subscribe to more Apple services, which will generate more recurring revenue, according to the report.  

A starter Apple One subscription will include access to Apple TV+ and Apple Music (pictured)

A starter Apple One subscription will include access to Apple TV+ and

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