Although details about the project are still scarce to this date, Apple’s new workout package could rival the at-home fitness classes offered by companies such as Nike Inc. and Peloton Interactive Inc.

Though home fitness has been around for decades, virtual workouts and fitness classes have experienced a regain in interest since the coronavirus pandemic temporarily closed thousands of gyms across the world.

The global health crisis notably accelerated the growth of Indian fitness and well-being startup Cure.fit, which launched earlier this week a range of its digital services in the US.

Aside from launching a new fitness subscription service, Apple is also reportedly readying a series of bundles that will let customers subscribe to several of the company’s digital services at a lower monthly price.

The bundles, known as “Apple One,” will be offered at different tiers, with a basic package pairing Apple Music with Apple TV+ offered at a lower price than the two services combined.

A more expensive bundle will reportedly include Apple News+, while an even pricier variation will feature extra iCloud storage for files and photos.

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