Apple: Probably several extensions to services in the works
Apple has released a variety of services over the past few years. This portfolio is now to be improved and expanded.
Apple now offers a number of services designed to improve the user experience on each platform. Starting with Apple Pay to Apple Music and Fitness + quite a few areas are already covered. In order to make the whole thing as pleasant as possible for the customer, there has been an additional subscription with Apple One for some time, with which all the services are practically combined.
A new report has now outlined what services the Cupertino-based company could be working on. Many could debut as early as this year.
Apple Services: Two new additions and improvements for Fitness+
iOS 16 is set to introduce new workouts for Fitness+. The offer is already quite large and more content is always welcome. In addition, the price of the subscription has never changed despite new features, which is also a big plus.
Then Apple should plan a subscription for hardware and a “buy now, pay later” function for Apple Pay. The former in particular sounds very practical, since you could easily get a new iPhone every year, for example. However, with paid offers from the company, you always have to bear in mind that it can usually take a certain amount of time before these are also available from us.
Furthermore, with a possible competitor for Instacart have been experimented with. However, it is unclear whether something like this will ultimately be realized.
When can we expect the first announcements for the things mentioned? As already mentioned, the changes with Fitness+ should come with iOS 16. This means that you are already at the upcoming WWDC could hear about it in a few weeks.