A CLEVER iPhone trick could save you £22 every single month.
If you're a big Apple fan the savings will be higher – it all depends on what apps you love to use.
But the trick only takes a few seconds.
It's all to do with Apple One: a special subscription that bundles popular iPhone subscriptions together.
The deal heavily discounts the services because you're subscribing to so many at once.
The premium bundle wraps together several services like Apple Musicand iCloud storage.
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The Apple One package was actually launched back in 2020.
But as Apple's services (like Arcade and TV+) add more content, it's now better value than ever.
If you already subscribe to a few Apple services, this could be a clever way to cut your iPhone bills.
You can manage the entire process through your iPhone.
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What is included in Apple One?
Apple One is made up of six subscriptions.
- Apple Music – a music streaming service
- Apple TV+ – a TV and movie streaming service
- Apple Arcade – a premium video gaming service
- iCloud+ – a cloud storage and security service
- Apple News+ – a premium news service
- Apple Fitness+ – a video-based personal training service
Not all Apple One subscriptions will include all six services.
The two cheapest options only include the top four.
How much does Apple One cost?
It depends on which tier you want.
There are three different options: Individual, Family and Premier.
The first two only include Music, TV+, Arcade and iCloud+.
But with Family, you can share with up to five other people, and you get 200GB of iCloud storage versus 50GB.
Upgrade to Premier and your iCloud storage skyrockets to a whopping 2TB.
And you also get Apple News+ and Apple Fitness+ bundled in.
Here's how much each tier costs per month:
- Apple One Individual – £14.95
- Apple One Family – £19.95
- Apple One Premier – £29.95
Is Apple One good value for money?
First, let's take a look at how much each Apple subscription would normally cost:
- Apple Music – £9.99
- Apple TV+ – £4.99
- Apple Arcade – £4.99
- iCloud+ – £0.79 (50GB), £2.49 (200GB), £6.99 (2TB)
- Apple News+ – £9.99
- Apple Fitness+ – £9.99
If you subscribe to all of them, then you're definitely going to save money.
But if you only subscribe to one or two services, you might not be getting your money's worth.
If you're tempted to bag a few more services, it might be worth considering Apple One.
Here are Apple's official monthly savings depending on the tier you buy:
- Individual – save £5.80
- Family – save £7.50
- Premier – save £22
Mix and match the services you want, and see if Apple One works out better for you.
- Apple One in the UK – buy here
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All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing, but may have since changed.
Always do your own research before making any purchase.
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