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iOS 13.5.5 Code Confirms Apple Working On A Service Bundle

iOS 13.5.5 Code Confirms Apple Working On A Service Bundle
iOS 13.5.5 Code Confirms Apple Working On A Service Bundle

Ioshackz.com iOS 13.5.5 Code Confirms Apple Working On A Service Bundle There have been rumors that Apple will launch a service family bundle, which would let users subscribe to Apple TV +, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Apple Music at the same time. Now, code in iOS 13.5.5 apparently confirmed that this plan seems to be in the works, as reported by 9to5Mac.

In iOS 13.5.5, there are “bundle offer” and “bundle subscription” files, which did not exist in earlier versions of iOS.  However, as early as 2019, Apple had negotiated with music producers and records and planned to integrate multiple streaming paid content in the form of a single subscription.

Currently, the price of Apple Music is $9.99 per month, Apple TV+ is $4.99 per month, and Apple News+ is $9.99. If the user purchases separately, Apple Music, News +, and TV + would total $30 per month.

With this subscription bundle, Apple can offer users with digital services at a lower price and make users more closely connected with the iOS/iPadOS ecosystem.

According to a report from the Financial Times in the UK, Apple seems unlikely to “bundle” Apple Music with other Apple services by his year, so bundling of related services is still an Apple plan.