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Apple’s subscription service for games, Apple Arcade, will likely cost users $4.99 dollars a month, a report by 9to5Mac revealed on Monday.
The service will give iOS users access to a library of games they would usually have to pay for on the App Store.
In that sense, it sounds an awful lot like Google’s Play Pass service, which costs the same and allows similar functionality.
9to5Mac also noted that the service will include a one-month free trial.
Apple is expected to launch Apple Arcade this September, along with its new iPhones.
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