Apple Registers Multiple ‘Apple One’ Domain Names Ahead of Tuesday’s Event [Updated]
A day after entering the thread Apple’s own Apple Music app for Android Suggested by the company Upcoming Contribution Bundles Originally known as “Apple One”, Apple worked to register a number of domain names for the app. This step further shows that Apple One could be more of a marketing name for bundles than a positioner.
While Apple will not stop using many domain names, it is common for the company to make various changes to ensure that others do not control them.
Among the “Apple One” domain names registered by Apple yesterday were:
Complete contact information about domain registrations has been redesigned for privacy, but there is no doubt that Apple is responsible for the registration, as a significant group of domains and all of them are directed to Apple’s name servers.
Apple has been able to register a number of less common versions of Apple One domains, but it still does not control some of the more popular ones, such as Apple.com and Apple.net. Both of those domains have been registered by others for more than a decade and it is still unclear whether Apple will try to acquire them.
Apple may have some trouble with appleone.com, the home of a fairly large employment agency, and appleone.net is currently discontinued and listed for sale.
The Apple One bundles may appear with the new iPhone on Tuesday or another month, and Apple will offer existing services at a small discount. A basic package is expected to be offeredApple MusicandApple TV++, also included in the second layer Apple Arcade. The third tier layer includes all of the above services Apple News+.
There is also ‘Apple Music’, Apple TV +, Apple Arcade, Apple News +, and the top tier. iCloud There may also be a new fitness-oriented service that offers storage, and virtual fitness classes.