Apple is reportedly looking at bundling its TV, music and news services in to one subscription in order to help boost subscriber numbers.
According to a report from Bloomberg, the plan could come in to effect as early as 2020.
Apple boss Tim Cook has previously touted moving the iPhone itself to a subscription model. During the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call, he said consumers already view the iPhone as a subscription, as they’re signed up for upgrades.
Apple has declined to comment on the report.