Apple now offers several different services, including Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Apple News+, and so many have wondered if the company would eventually launch a bundle that includes all three for one price. A new report says that they might.
Apple is considering a bundle of Music, TV+, and News+ that could launch as soon as 2020. That's according to sources speaking to Bloomberg, who say that the goal would be to attract more subscribers to Apple's various services.
There's no word on how much this Apple bundle might cost. Separately, Apple Music and Apple News+ are priced at $9.99 per month while Apple TV+ is $4.99 per month.
Apple did recently launch a bundle deal for students who subscribe to Apple Music, giving them Apple TV+ for free. A bundle that's available to all consumers could make sense for Apple as it seeks to boost its subscriber numbers. With it, someone who's interested in two of the three services could end up getting a deal on all three which would grow Apple's subscriber count and get that customer to try a service they might normally not check out.
Would you be interested in a bundle that includes Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Apple News+? How much would you pay for such a bundle?