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How to sign up for Apple One

Apple has launched Apple One as an easy, all-in-one subscription plan that should save you a bit of money if you’re fully integrated into the ecosystem. Getting it isn’t all the obvious though, so here’s a quick guide.

Apple first announced Apple One during the reveal of the iPad Air 4 and the Apple Watch 6, however it wasn’t officially made available to users until the end of October.

If you’re keen to get in on the action, then here’s a quick guide. Keep reading below for a quick look at what Apple One actually is.

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  • On your iPhone or iPad, open up the App Store
  • Tap on your profile in the corner
  • Pick Subscriptions
  • A ‘Get Apple One’ option should appear, click ‘Try it now’ and then choose your preferred option
  • Finally, just tap ‘Start Free Trial’

There’s another way to access this option:

  • On your iPhone or iPad, open up the Settings app
  • Click on your Apple ID profile
  • Then tap Subscriptions
  • A ‘Get Apple One’ option should appear, click ‘Try it now’ and then choose your preferred option
  • Tap ‘Start Free Trial’

Apple One bundles together multiple subscriptions for services like Apple Music and Apple Arcade, saving you a bit of cash if you subscribe to them all. There’s an Individual sub (£14.95/$14.95) that includes Music, TV+, Apple Arcade and 50GB of iCloud storage and then a Family version that ups the storage to 200GB (£19.95/$19.95). The headline package though is Premier (£29.95/$29.95) and this includes all the above, plus 2TB iCloud storage, Apple News+ and the still to-be-released Apple Fitness+. All prices are monthly.

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Free trials are available too, though only for subscriptions you haven’t previously had trials for before. You can, of course, cancel Apple One at any point, and still have access until your current month ends.

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