During its special event today, Apple announced a bundle subscription program that includes all of its individual subscription services. Called Apple One, the package comes in three variants, the individual plan, the family plan, and the Premier plan, which is technically the only one that includes all the services.
The individual plan is the basic package, and as you can see, it costs $14.95 per month. For that price, you get Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud storage. The family plan expands on this, including all the same subscriptions that can be shared between family members, plus upgrading the iCloud storage to 200GB instead of 50GB, and it costs $19.95 per month.
The Premier plan is the most expensive, but also the most comprehensive of the plans. If you're willing to pay $29.95, you can get Apple News+ and the all-new Apple Fitness+ program added to the subscription. Additionally, this subscription bumps up your iCloud storage significantly to 2TB. Just like the family plan, all of this can be shared with family members.
The Apple One individual and family plans will be available in over 100 countries this fall. However, the Premier plan is more limited in availability, because Apple News+ isn't available everywhere. This plan will be available in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. Apple Fitness+ will join the subscription later in the year, since it isn't available just yet.