Apple is releasing its all-in-one subscription service, Apple One, on Friday.
The company announced the launch date during its earnings call with investors on Thursday night.
Apple One was revealed at the company’s September event. Customers can choose from several subscription bundles:
Individual: $14.95/month, includes Apple Music, TV+, Arcade, 50 GB of iCloud storage
Family: $19.95/month for up to six users, includes multiple users for Apple Music, TV+, Arcade, 200 GB of iCloud storage
Premier: $29.95/month for up to six users, includes Apple Music, TV+, Arcade, 2 TB of iCloud storage, News+, and Fitness+.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman tweeted that Apple CFO Luca Maestri told a fellow Bloomberg reporter of Apple One’s impending release, and announced Fitness+ would launch later this quarter.