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Apple One bundle can combine up to six of its services into one subscription, and give you a discounted price on all of them. This allows you to subscribe to Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and iCloud, plus you can get Apple News Plus and Apple Fitness Plus with the Premier plan. Apple also offers a free month to try the bundle.
If you want to cancel Apple One during the free trial, or after the full subscription has begun, you need to know how. Fortunately, you can cancel through any device that lets you access your Apple ID Subscriptions page.
How to cancel Apple One on a Mac
Note that to cancel Apple One on a Mac like this,
you’ll first need to connect your Mac and Apple ID.
Open the Music app by clicking on the music note icon in your dock, or by searching for it.
Click on “Account” at the top of the screen, and click “View My Account…” in the drop-down.
On the Account screen, scroll down toward the bottom where you’ll see “Subscriptions” in the “Settings” section.
Click “Manage” next to “Subscriptions.”
Click on “Edit” next to Apple One.
On the Edit screen, click on “Cancel Subscription.”
When you do, you’ll get the option to keep some services. If you want to keep one or more subscriptions, pick them from the list.
When you’re done, click “Cancel Apple One” at the bottom to confirm your cancellation.
How to cancel Apple One on an iPhone or iPad
Open the Settings app on your device, then tap on your name and Apple ID at the top of the Settings page.
Tap “Apple One.”
Tap on “Cancel Apple One” at the bottom of the screen.
You can choose if you want to keep any of the services bundled in Apple One. If you want to keep one or more subscriptions, pick them from the list.
To cancel all services, select “Cancel Apple One.”
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