‘Apple One’ subscription bundle references available in iOS code before September event found

Earlier this week, our sister site 9to5Google found references to Apple One – Apple’s upcoming subscription bundle – in the Apple Music app for Android. Bloomberg has previously reported that the Apple One offers several levels of Apple Music, Apple TV +, Apple Arcade, Apple News + and iCloud storage for a single discounted price.

Now, 9to5Mac has got Apple One related references in iOS code. These strings appear in the localization files used for the iPhone’s management subscription screen. The text was recently added, which may further suggest that Apple One is going to be announced at Apple’s special event on Tuesday.

Strings include “Cancel Apple One”, “Keep Apple One” and “You can subscribe to Apple One and just keep whatever you want”. The string references are in the same file as the code string that speaks to choosing which individual Apple services to keep instead of continuing the bundle.

This indicates the fact that customers will be able to choose whether to subscribe to Apple’s services individually or sign up for one of the Apple One Bundle options.

In a related note, McAumers today reported that Apple has registered several key domains with Apple One in the URL.

Next Tuesday Apple is hosting its September media event. It is expected to announce a new Apple Watch lineup featuring the Apple Watch Series 6 and a comrade cheaper model, as well as a rebuilt iPad Air featuring a slim bezel design.

In light of the recent leaks, it now seems likely that Apple will use this event to announce its Apple One bundle. Bloomberg previously reported that the Apple One will include a new Apple Fitness Class service to compete with Peleton’s preferences that can be integrated with the health and fitness components of the Apple Watch Series 6.

Stay tuned to 9to5Mac for full coverage of all announcements from Apple on Tuesday, September 15. The event starts at 10 a.m. Pacific time.

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