service Apple has increased the prices for its Arcade gaming subscription service and AppleTV+ streaming service.

Apple Inc. is increasing the costs of its AppleTV+ streaming and Arcade gaming plans, as well as its bundled Apple One service, which includes subscriptions for streaming, music, and other services.

The price of Arcade has been raised to $6.99 from $4.99, while AppleTV+ is now priced at $9.99 instead of $6.99. Apple News+ will also see a price increase to $12.99 from $9.99, and Apple One will now cost $19.95 for the individual plan and $25.95 for the family plan, up from $16.95 and $22.95 respectively. This subscription includes Apple Music, TV, Arcade, and 200 gigabytes of iCloud storage.

Apple announced that the price hikes will impact the United States and specific global markets.

Apple stated that current subscribers will experience the price adjustments after 30 days, when their next renewal occurs. The company’s main priority is providing optimal experiences for their customers by continuously enhancing their services with top-notch entertainment, content, and cutting-edge features.

Numerous other streaming platforms have also been increasing their prices, particularly for subscription levels that do not feature advertisements. In recent news, Netflix Inc. disclosed that it will be implementing a $2 price hike for its highest-priced streaming option, making it $23 per month in the U.S. This marks a 10% increase. The lowest-priced ad-free streaming plan will also see a $2 increase, bringing it to $12 per month. The cost of $15.50 per month for Netflix’s most popular streaming plan in the U.S. will remain the same, along with the $7 monthly plan that includes occasional commercials.

The Walt Disney Company increased the monthly price of ad-free Disney+ by 27% to $13.99, and the cost of ad-free Hulu also rose by 20% to $17.99.