Apple Music for Android contains mentions of rumored ‘Apple One’ services bundle
Thursday, 10 September 2020
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge
The latest beta version of Apple Music for Android contains strings of code that directly mention the rumored bundle of the company’s services, according to 9to5Google, and even the name “Apple One” is in there. “Subscription bundle” is also part of the new text, as are prompts about how customers can manage their Apple One subscription from an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV.
These mentions of Apple One aren’t viewable in the app itself, but 9to5Google broke down the Apple Music APK to find them. The code strings back up reporting from Bloomberg last month that revealed Apple will soon announce a discounted subscription for several of its services. The company is expected to take a tiered approach, combining Apple Music and Apple TV...
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