Apple Music currently has four subscription levels available: individual, student, family, and Voice Plan (limited to a few countries). Apple is increasing the price of Apple Music for students, and college students in various regions are receiving an email warning that their discount will be reduced.
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Why Is Apple Raising Their Prices?
These price changes typically occur when a country’s currency differs significantly from the US dollar.
However, this price hike does not appear to be the same as the one Spotify announced last year for Europe. Spotify boosted student and individual plans by £1 in April 2021.
Will Apple Raise My Price?
It’s unclear whether Apple plans to hike the price of Apple Music globally at this time. With Apple pushing people to subscribe to Apple One, it appears that the corporation is not intentionally boosting costs but rather making a monetary adjustment.
MacRumors was able to confirm that students in South Africa, Australia, the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, New Zealand, India, Indonesia, Israel, and Kenya are all seeing a price increase.