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With a new subscription-based service, Apple is expected to introduce a new way to purchase iPhones and other Apple products and hardware.

According to GSM Arena, users may pay a set price or a fee each month in exchange for an iPhone of their choice, as well as free upgrades whenever new models are announced.

The upcoming service will reportedly differ from the company’s current installment plans. It is stated that the fee will be paid each month, rather than the cost being divided by 12, 24, or 36 months as in installments.

The iPhone subscription service will be linked to users’ existing Apple ID accounts, and it may also include free Apple Care and Apple One services such as Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud+, Apple News+, and Ap-ple Fitness+.

Apple is working subscription service

Apple is reportedly working on a hardware subscription service that lets you buy not just iPhones but iPads too in monthly payments. It would be different than the iPhone Upgrade programme that lets you pay for the iPhone in 24 monthly installments

Apple is working subscription iphones

Apple is reportedly working on a hardware subscription service that lets you buy not just iPhones but iPads too in monthly payments. It would be different than the iPhone Upgrade programme that lets you pay for the iPhone in 24 monthly installments

The new service could launch with iPhones by the end of this year or early in 2023, and it will eventually expand to include the rest of Apple’s hardware lineup, including iPads, Macbooks, and the Apple Watch.

There was no specific price mentioned; it’s just a guess ranging from USD 20 to USD 40 per month

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