Digging into the code, 9to5Mac discovered references to a “bundle offer” and a “bundle subscription” that didn’t appear within previous versions of the operating system.
It could mean services like Apple TV Plus, Apple Music, News Plus and Apple Arcade could be available within the same bundle.
The rights holders for Apple News Plus and Apple Music could complicate matters somewhat.
In March this year, the Financial Times reported Apple had reached a new agreement with record labels which did not include the ability to bundle Apple Music with other services.
The opportunity to save a few bucks could convince Apple TV Plus subscribers to add Apple Arcade and News Plus to the bundle, for example.

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