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Apple is reportedly planning to release subscription bundles that make purchasing multiple services more affordable, according to Bloomberg. Sources familiar with the initiative said the bundles could launch as soon as October alongside the 5G iPhone series.
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There will be multiple tiers of bundles, though the lineups aren't fully set — the basic tier would likely include Apple Music and Apple TV+, while progessive tiers would mix in additional services such as iCloud storage, Apple Arcade, and Apple News+. Apple is also reportedly developing a fitness subscription service that would offer virtual workout classes, similar to existing products offered by Nike and Peloton. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Amid rising US-China trade tensions, electronics manufacturers like Foxconn will need to build facilities within the markets they plan to sellA history of the 30-year feud between Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, whose love-hate relationship spurred the success of Microsoft and AppleHow Huawei could pivot following US sanctions against its in-house chip production