Apple is likely to introduce a new iPhone subscription service soon


With a subscription-based service, American tech giant Apple is expected to introduce a new way to purchase iPhones and other Apple products in the future.

Depending on GSM Arena, customers could pay a set monthly fee and receive an iPhone of their choice, along with free upgrades whenever new models are introduced.

In contrast to current instalment plans offered by the company and carriers, the new service is expected to be a fixed monthly fee rather than the phone’s cost divided by 12, 24, or 36 months as with instalments.

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As reported by GSM Arena, the iPhone subscription service will be tied to existing Apple ID accounts and may even include free Apple Care and Apple One services such as Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud+, Apple News+, and Apple Fitness+. GSM Arena says these services are all part of the Apple One package.

After obtaining information from a number of sources, including some that have access to anonymous sources, it appears that the new subscription service will begin rolling out to iPhones by the end of this year or early in 2023, and then expand to include iPad models as well.

According to the rumours, the monthly fee could be anywhere from USD 20 to USD 40 a month.

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