In a nutshell: Problems with the renewal of Apple One & MagSafe Duo could be available for purchase on December 16th

Apple One: Renewals do not work for some users
Cupertino’s bundle service Apple One started a month ago – depending on the model selected, the price is 14.95 or 19.95 euros. Users get access to Music, TV +, Arcade and iCloud storage – either 50 GB for individuals or 200 GB in the family variant. So far, subscribers have not been billed for any fees – the first month of the bundle is free to try. After the test phase, the regular debiting should be due today for the first customers – but this does not seem to work entirely.

For example, some users report that their Apple One subscription is labeled “expired” – and has therefore not received an automatic renewal, as Cupertino actually intended. In addition, some of these services are now billed separately: In these cases, subscribers have to shell out significantly more. To make sure that you have been charged correctly, we recommend that you take a look at your subscriptions: on the iPhone, go to Settings and tap your name. There you will find the item “Subscriptions”.