Apple has increased the Apple Music, Apple TV+, and Apple One pricing right now.
The Apple Music monthly price will increase by $1 for individuals and $2 for families. Apple TV+ will increase by $2 for all plans. At the same time, Apple One increases by $3 per month.
Apple updated the new pricing for all services in the United States. The company said this new pricing is due to increased licensing costs. The artists and songwriters will receive the royalty per stream as a result of the pricing tier changes.
Here’s the full new pricing for the United States:
Individual: $10.99 per month (from $9.99)
Family: $16.99 per month (from $14.99)
Individual Annual: $109 per year (from $99)
Monthly: $6.99 per month (from $4.99)
Annual: $69 per year (from $49.99)
Individual: $16.95 per month (from $14.95)
Family: $22.95 per month (from $19.95)
Premier: $32.95 per month (from $29.95)
If you’re an Apple service user from another country, the new pricing increases will go into effect beginning today. Users will receive notifications of the planned price increases 30 days before the service renews at the higher price.
Apple claims the price increase is still more competitive than other competitors. Apple claims the services still include more features as standard.
Apple Music offers lossless audio and Spatial Audio at no additional fee, unlike Spotify, which doesn’t offer the same feature today. Similarly, TV+ does not upsell for better video quality; 4K HDR is included as standard.