Apple Inc. Hikes Price of Apple+ and Apple Music


Apple Inc. have increased the prices of Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Apple One subscriptions across the countries including United Kingdom and the United States. According to the company, the price rise is due to an increase in the licensing cost and the size of its content catalogues.

Apple is increasing the price of Apple Music by 1 dollar for individual users and 2 dollars for the family plan. The price of Apple TV has been increased by 2 dollars, and all Apple One prices will also increase accordingly.

In United Kingdom, the price of Apple Music has increased from 9.99 pounds and 14.99 pounds for the family, and individual plans to 10.99 pounds and 16.99 pounds respectively. Apple TV+ in the United Kingdom will now cost 6.99 pounds per month.

A spokesperson for Apple said that the change to Apple Music is because of an increase in licensing costs, and in turn, the songwriters and artists will earn more for streaming of their music. They will also continue to add innovative features that make Apple Music the best listening experience of the world. According to the spokesperson, the company introduced Apple TV+ at a very low price because they started with just a few movies and shows.

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