This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl.
It was recently reported that Apple is expected to launch Apple One, which will offer discounts for multiple subscription services, including Apple Music and Apple TV+, all in one.
Clues to support this rumor were reportedly found in the Apple Music app for Android.
9to5Google reports that in the latest beta of the Apple Music app, the string "Apple One" (internally developed code name is Aristotle) "Subscription Bundle" has been found in the code.
It further states, "Your Apple Music subscription will be included in Apple One. You will not be charged for both subscriptions", which guarantees that there will be no double payments.
This sentence can be interpreted in two ways: "Apple Music subscribers will not pay duplicate payments for the Music portion of their Apple One subscription" or "Apple Music subscribers will be automatically upgraded to Apple One," although CNET reports that the latter is a possibility.
On the other hand, "You can manage your Apple One subscription using your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV or Mac," and it appears that you can't manage or renew your subscription from the Apple Music app for Android. Apple Music can be subscribed to on Android devices as well, so the aim may be to incentivize people to buy Apple products with bulk discounts.
The Apple Watch Series 6 and the fourth-generation iPad Air are expected to be announced at the Apple special event starting at 10 a.m. on September 15 (PDT), and possibly Apple One as well.
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