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This can be incredibly smart by Apple

Apple | Jul 14, 2018 | Master3395

Will probably collect all the services under one.

According to reports from The Information, Apple is working with a new subscription solution that brings together all the services of the company into one package.

Gather all in one package
This means that customers may pay a fixed sum for access to Apple Music, iCloud, content from the upcoming video streaming service, and more.

The Information writes that Apple is probably still working to nail the details of the packages and any prices. It is not known if Apple will offer more packages, or if it becomes one with everything and with the ability to subscribe to services individually.

At this time, there are no more details about this reputed subscription.

Would you like to pay a fixed monthly fee for access to Apple services?

Keywords: Apple, music, icloud

Sources: The Information (paywall)

Author: Master3395

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