Apple bundles Apple Arcade in with other subscription services via Apple One

Individuals can get Apple Arcade, Music, and TV+ for $15/month

During its Apple Event today, Apple announced it would be bundling its gaming subscription service Apple Arcade in with a number of its other services for a single fee.

Called Apple One, the new service has multiple pricing plans based on number of users, with individuals able to get access to Apple Arcade, Music, TV+, and 50GB of iCloud storage for $14.95 per month. Families of up to six members can receive the same access with 200GB of storage for $19.95 per month.

Additionally, a premier plan is available that includes all of the above for up to six family members, plus Apple News+, Fitness+ and 2TB of storage for $29.95 per month.

Apple Arcade launched almost a year ago as a subscription service for iOS games without ads or microtransactions that costs $4.99 per month. It was launched in an additional 20 countries earlier this year.

However, back in June, it was reported that Apple was terminating contracts for some of its Arcade developers, due to their in-progress games not having a high enough level of "engagement" to keep users on Arcade for multiple months.

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