Apple has a long history when it comes to online services — both free and paid ones. Over time, some were discontinued, while others have evolved into upgraded versions that better serve the modern world and suit users’ needs. One of the most known services today is iCloud. It allows users to store up to 5GB of data in the cloud for free. However, there are plenty of other ones to discover and know about. Whether you have an iPhone 13 or a MacBook Pro 2021, here’s a complete guide to Apple Subscription Services.
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Apple One Bundles
Apple launched iCloud back in June 2011. It came as a polished service that bundles some of MobileMe’s features with new ones. MobileMe was first introduced in June 2008 as a push-focused service. So users wouldn’t have to initiate a connection to get new emails and keep their contacts up to date on all de…