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Apple today rolled out Apple One, the bundle that joins calm subscriptions for all of Apple’s altered services. It could be a real arrangement if you’re an Apple user, and it comes with a free trial to boot. Here’s how you can try it out for yourself.

In case you haven’t heard, Apple One bundles calm Apple Music, Apple TV , Apple Arcade, and iCloud. With all of these accessible under a single price, it could potentially save you a lot of money if you already use all of those casework individually. There are three appraisement tiers, each geared appear altered users: the Individual plan for those who want to sign up for themselves, the Family plan for those who want to share the cable with up to five other people, and the Premium plan — which also comes with Apple News and Apple Fitness — for those who need accumulator (in this case, a whopping 2 TB of iCloud).

Sounds pretty good for Apple users, right? Here’s where you can sign up.

For starters, you’ll need to update your device to the latest iOS or iPadOS, per Apple’s own instructions. Note that it seems you can only sign up for Apple One from an Apple mobile device — I tried visiting Apple’s site to sign up via the web, and instead was told over and over to update to the latest OS and to sign up on my phone.

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To find the option, go to the Settings app in your iPhone or iPad, and tap your Apple ID badge at the top of the screen — the one with your little Memoji on it. On the Apple ID page, you can find “Subscriptions” on the main list. This will take you to a list of all the things you’re subscribed to via Apple’s acquittal apparatus. If you’ve updated, you should see an option on this screen that says “Get Apple One.”

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Tapping on that will take you to a page assuming you the altered tiers of Apple One, and will acclaim one to you (presumably based on your absolute subscriptions). Once you’ve called the one you prefer, just tap the button at the bottom that says “Start Free Trial.” The trial lasts for a month, and you can cancel any time. Read about how to cancel subscriptions on your iPhone or iPad here.

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