Savings is the No. 1 benefit we get from Apple’s archrival Amazon, with a $120 annual Prime membership that packages free shipping, TV shows, music, online storage and other goodies. (Amazon CEO Jeffrey P. Bezos owns The Washington Post.) Yet Apple was short on details about how it might sell its new services together — or, all told, how they would impact your bottom line.
Apple didn’t announce any pricing bundle because some of their services offerings are still being worked on. Once done, they could offer bundles then people could start to save money over individual services. We’ll see. This fall.