Apple Arcade, a video game subscription service for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, and Mac computers, will be $ 4.99 a month when it's released this fall. According to Guilherme Rambo of 9to5Mac which got its price from a promotional message buried in the App Store API,
Apple hasn't officially announced Apple Arcade pricing yet, so it might change when the iPhone event starts in September. It might be an introductory suggestion in theory, but it's not the tactic Apple actually used a lot before. Customers receive a one-month free trial of the service, which offers a catalog of over 100 games that can be played on a variety of Apple platforms and devices.
You can stop a game on one Apple gadget, such as your iPhone, and choose a game from another gadget, such as an Apple TV. Apple said the Apple Arcade title has no in-app purchases and subscriptions, no ads and will support family sharing for up to six people.
Apple is currently conducting an initial access test with employees and Apple Arcade before launching this fall. During the test period, the employee pays only 49 cents a month and takes a month of testing.
Apple Music and Apple News Plus are $ 9.99 per month for the fees Apple charges for other subscription services for Apple Music and Apple News Plus. If the rumored $ 4.99 price is maintained, Apple Arcade will be cheaper than both.