Apple Streaming Services Getting Price Hike

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Beginning yesterday, Apple announced that it has been increasing the prices of some of its streaming services, including Apple TV+ in the US and selected international markets.

This significant price raise is done for Apple's streaming services like Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Apple One, respectively.

This is the second price jump of Apple TV+ since its launch in November 2019, increasing 40%, keeping the TV+ in serious competition with its premium video competitors.

This significant price raise is done for Apple's streaming services like Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple News+, and Apple One, respectively.

Apple has raised the price of Apple TV+ from $6.99 per month to $9.99 per month, increasing the price of Apple TV+ annually from $69/ year to $99/year.

While the subscription prices of iCloud, Apple Music, and Apple Fitness+ haven't been increased for now.

While this subscription price increase will go into effect immediately for new subscribers, existing subscribers will see the price rise 30 days later on their next renewal date.

Along with Apple TV+, other streaming services like Arcade jumped to $6.99 from $4.99, and Apple News climbed to $12.99 from $9.99.

– Apple TV+ - $10 per month, $99 annually – Apple Arcade- $7 per month, $50 annually – Apple News+ - $13 per month – AppleOne (Individual)- $20 per month – AppleOne (Family)- $26 per month – AppleOne (Premier)- $38 per month

Here are updated prices: