Apple recently unveiled a slew of products during its Far Out event, including the latest iPhone 14 Series. Well, if the latest information from reliable tipster Mark Gurman is to be believed, consumers may be able to purchase the new iPhones through a monthly subscription service from Apple as early as late 2022.
Previously, we reported on this new subscription service that is allegedly in the works by Apple for its iPhone and iPad lineups. Now, according to Gurman in his popular Power On newsletter on Bloomberg, the service could debut later this year instead of in 2023.
Moreover, Gurman elaborated that Apple is currently “actively testing this new service” and that the service will “integrate with its Apple One bundles”. The tech insider had also previously claimed that the subscription programme would be different from an instalment programme as the monthly charge wouldn’t be the price of the device split across 12 or 24 months. Instead, it would be a “yet-to-be-determined monthly fee that depends on which device the user chooses”.
Based on Apple’s usual launch schedule, this hardware subscription may be announced in next month’s Apple event focusing on iPads and Macs. Well, do take this information with a grain of salt though as nothing is confirmed as of yet.
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