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Now it has been revealed that Apple is finally going to do it

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Many will save a good deal on Apple's entertainment package.

Many will save a good deal on Apple's entertainment package.

iOS 13.5.5 beta 1 reveals that Apple plans to sell an entertainment package so that it does not have to subscribe to all the single services separately.

Apple may want to offer news, games, music, and TV in one service
Of course, such a package would be less expensive than paying separately for Apple News +, Apple Arcade, Apple Music and Apple TV +, so it would be a welcome benefit for those who want all of Apple's services.

References to "bundle offer" and "bundle subscription" were found in the code.

Thus, it is also possible that those who choose to pay for the total package may be offered a cheaper price during the first period, or even a month free. We'll see.

Apple Music probably won't be included from the start
Note that it is uncertain whether Apple Music will be part of the package, at least right away, as the company has already renewed its music deals and that there is no clause to be found in relation to such a package solution.

Rumors of such a package were buzzing as early as 2019 when Apple should have talked to people in the newspaper and music industry.

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