Which Apple Service Could You Not Live Without?
August 9, 2021
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by Youpal News Syndication

You only need to listen to the way Apple executives talk and take a look at its website to know that services are very important to the company. Apple makes a lot of money from those services and Tim Cook has successfully steered it away from being a company reliant on iPhone sales to one that now has a huge cash cow to help prop it up. With iPhone, services, and wearables, Apple has three huge businesses inside one company. But which of those services is most important to you?

Is it Apple Music? The music streaming service has millions of songs for you to listen to, after all. The recent release of lossless music and Spatial Audio has taken things to a new level, too. Apple Music is a worthy competitor to Spotify.

Or is it Apple TV+? Priced at just $4.99 per month you could argue that Apple’s streaming video service is one of the biggest bargains in tech — and it’s only getting better.

What about iCloud Drive? Once the poor relation to options like Dropbox and Google Drive, iCloud Drive is built into the very core of macOS and iOS nowadays and works so well most people probably forget it’s there. But it is, and it’s doing its thing just fine. It’s perhaps the best Mac syncing solution for most people.

Then there’s the newcomer — Fitness+. Whether you’re following along with some running exercises or cooling down with some mindfulness techniques, Apple Fitness+ is a great way for people to keep fit and follow along with an instructor without ever leaving their home.

There are more, too. iCloud itself has all kinds of mini-services like Calendar, Mail, Photos, and more. All of those little things are actually big things — they’re just housed under an even bigger big thing that goes by the name iCloud. Any one of those could be important to you — and bundled together, they’re invaluable.

Me?

I couldn’t live without Apple One. Yes, I know that’s a bundle of services rather than a single service and yes, I’m aware it could be considered cheating. But this is my game so I make the rules. I also have an explanation.

This content was originally published here.

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