Apple has announced a price increase for some subscription services in the US, including Apple One, Apple Music and Apple TV +.
Apple Music will be increased by $1 per month for individual plans and $2 per month for family plans, and the new pricing is $10.99 per month and $16.99 per month, respectively.
Apple One will increase it to $16.95 per month for the Single plan, $22.95 per month for the Family plan, and $32.95 for the Master plan.
Apple TV will be increased by $2 per month or $10 per year, and this will now cost $6.99 per month in the US or $69 per year. Apple made a statement to Tech Crunch, about the price hike which you can see below.
Subscription prices for Apple Music, Apple TV +, and Apple One will go up starting today. The change in Apple Music is due to increased licensing costs, so artists and songwriters will earn more for streaming their music. We’re also continuing to add innovative features that make Apple Music the best listening experience in the world. We offered Apple TV+ at a very low price because we started with just a few shows and movies. Three years later, Apple TV+ is home to a wide range of award-winning and widely acclaimed series, feature films, documentaries, and kids and family entertainment from the world’s most creative storytellers.
It is not yet clear if Apple is planning any price increases for its plans outside the USA, as soon as we have more details we will let you know.
Source Tech Crunch
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