Apple’s service bundle ‘Apple One’ is set to launch tomorrow

Apple CFO, Luca Maestri, has come out today telling reporting Emily Chang that the company’s new service bundle “Apple One” will be launching tomorrow, but it’ll be doing so without its lauded Fitness+ product.

The multi-service bundle packs together the myriad of Apple services available. Combining Apple Music, TV+, Arcade and iCloud storage the service is available in individual (A$19.95/m) and family (A$25.95/m) plans that can be shared with up to 5 people.

Apple Fitness+, the company’s new at-home fitness product, is the crown jewel in Apple One’s “Premier” A$39.95/month tier, but will apparently not be launching for a little while longer.

If the service does launch as per Maestri’s loose lips, don’t be too disappointed if it only happens state-side given we haven’t heard anything else about it.

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