Apple TV Plus is Getting a Price Increase

Apple is raising the cost of its subscription services across the board, and the change includes increases to Apple TV+, Apple Music, and its Apple One bundle.

Apple says it’s raising its prices to account for the music industry’s “increase in licensing costs” and explains its Apple TV+ hike is in order after a “very low price” launch. The publisher has grown its TV and movie offerings since its 2019 debut at $4.99, remaining one of the cheapest streaming services until now.

Apple’s sweeping price bumps take effect today and include:

  • Apple TV+ – $6.99 a month, previously $4.99
  • Apple Music – $10.99 a month, previously $9.99
  • Apple One – $16.95 a month, previously $14.95

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