Apple is offering a free one-year subscription to its Apple service, but the service’s pricing and eligibility criteria are not clear.
The service, which launched in November, allows Apple customers to access all of its products and services.
Apple has been testing the free service since last fall and has only started offering it to customers on January 10, but it has yet to release the actual number of people using the service, AppleInsider reported on Wednesday.
The service costs $39.99 per month, or $5.69 for a single month, according to AppleInsignia, which obtained the free subscription information from AppleInsiders partner TechCrunch.
AppleInsignment.com, a company that helps customers sign up for services, offers an iPhone account for $39 a month.
For its iPhone 7, the company offers a single-year plan for $149 a year.
The company also has a “fitness” plan that allows you to choose a meal plan from the Apple Health app.
Apple offers an annual subscription to the Apple Pay app for $69 a year, with a $99 annual renewal fee.
A spokesperson for Apple told The Verge that Apple does not currently offer the Apple One Pass service.
Apple does not provide specific details on how the service will work with the iPhone, so we are unable to verify that it is available to all iPhone users, TechCrunch reported.
Apple has been working to get more people to buy its service, a popular service that provides unlimited data and other perks to iPhone users.
The company is rolling out new iPhone models, including models with 5.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens, and has started offering new Apple Watches and other Apple products.
Apple is also working to provide free iPhone software to users, and it has partnered with Microsoft and Google on a new free mobile email service.