Besides the iOS 15.1 software update, Apple also announced an Apple One Premier service that will launch on 4 November 2021. Surprisingly, Malaysia is among the first 17 countries to receive the service in the future. As a "premier" service, this Apple One version will cost RM69.90 per month.
What's the difference between Apple One Premier and the original Apple One? Well, both services still have the same Apple Music, Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade. However, the premier version will have Apple Fitness+ and 2TB of iCloud+ online storage. Fitness+ can help to incorporate workout metrics from your Apple Watch on the spot whereas iCloud+ comes with a more private and secure feature with iCloud Private Relay and Hide My Email.
If you use a lot of those aforementioned Apple services (especially the online storage), you may sign up for the Apple One Premier in early November. Apple One subscribers can also easily change or cancel their plan at any time and with Family Sharing, you can share up to six family members and access their own personal accounts at the price of RM33.90/month. An individual account is RM19.90/month.
Apple One has a 30-day free trial for any services that you might want to try out. Aside from the iPhone, the service is also available on the iPad, iPod touch, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV, plus popular smart TVs, smart speakers, and gaming consoles.
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