Apple is raising prices on all of its services, including Apple Music, Apple TV Plus and its overarching Apple One subscription, according to a report of 9to5Mac. This is the first time the company has raised the prices of these services in the US.
Here is an overview of the new prices:
Apple Music for individuals will be increased by $1 per month to $10.99, or by $10 for the annual subscription, which now costs $109 per year. Apple Music for Families goes up $2 per month to $16.99. The Voice plan introduced last year, which lets you access the company’s music library via Siri, remains the same at $4.99 per month.
Apple TV goes up $2 a month to $6.99 or $20 a year to $69.
Apple’s One bundle, which includes TV and music subscriptions, along with Apple Arcade and 50GB of iCloud storage, goes up $2 per month to $16.95. The family version that boosts iCloud storage to 200 GB goes up $3 per month to $22.95, as does the Premiere bundle that adds even more storage, along with access to News and Fitness Plus. That subscription now costs $32.95 per month and is also shared with your family.
“Subscription prices for Apple Music, Apple TV+ and Apple One will increase starting today,” an Apple spokesperson said in a statement. 9to5Mac — the new prices are already on the company’s site. “The move to Apple Music is due to an increase in licensing costs, and in turn, artists and songwriters will earn more for streaming their music. We will also continue to add innovative features that make Apple Music the best listening experience in the world.” Apple did not immediately respond The Verges request for comment.