Back in June, Apple was supposedly planning to bundle their services into a single subscription, according to 9to5Mac. The latest update to the Apple Music App for Android (version 3.4.0 beta) has confirmed this fact that a unified “Apple One” subscription would be coming soon that will offer two or more Apple digital services together at a reduced price.
The Apple One packs are most likely to be released at the September 15 event. The codes indicate that Apple Music will be included in the subscription bundle, as pointed out by 9to5Google. An internal codename “Aristotle” was also spotted in the codes, other than “Apple One”, the official name for the bundle.
<string name=”applemusic_with_aristotle_subtext”>Included in Apple One %s</string>
<string name=”aristotle_main_subtext”>Subscription Bundle %s</string>
In a recent report, it was clear that Apple has used App coding in a way that Apple One and the existing Apple Music subscription do not overlap lest users end up paying twice or paying double.
<string name=”aristotle_main_more_info”>Your Apple Music subscription will be included in Apple One starting %s. You will not be charged for both subscriptions.</string>
Another code suggests that users can only manage or renew their Apple One subscription through an iOS, macOS, or tvOS device, and not from the Android version of the Apple Music app. Thus, you can manage your Apple One subscription using your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or Mac.
<string name=”aristotle_renewaloption_subtext”>You can manage your Apple One subscription using your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Mac.</string>
The official date of release hasn’t been announced and the pricing is also unknown, as of yet.