RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Apple is preparing to unveil a package of services called “Apple One,” according to a report.

Bloomberg News first reported the story. MacRumors and CNBC also picked up the report.

Citing unnamed sources “with knowledge of the effort,” the package will include a variety of digital services.

“The bundles … are planned to launch as early as October alongside the next iPhone line,” Bloomberg reported.

“The bundles are designed to encourage customers to subscribe to more Apple services, which will generate more recurring revenue.”

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