Apple Music, the subscription music service that launched last month, is already the most expensive product of the company’s streaming music catalog.
Its subscription price is now more than $40 per month, with the standard version costing $10 per month.
That’s up from $10 just a few weeks ago.
Apple Music’s monthly subscription price has been a source of some controversy, with users complaining about the service’s high fees, a lack of curated playlists, and the fact that it was not available to the wider public.
Apple announced in June that the company would start charging a monthly fee for its streaming service.
In September, Apple Music went live, launching a new subscription plan that included unlimited streaming of its top 100 artists and albums, as well as access to its entire library.
The company said in a statement at the time that it would charge users a monthly subscription fee that would cover the costs of advertising and promotion.
But it did not specify how much the cost would be.
Apple has also introduced its own subscription service for iPhones and iPads, which includes access to music from all its artists, as the company expands into new territories.
Apple Music users are not eligible for the Apple Music Plus subscription, which is $60 per year for users in the US, UK, Canada, Germany, and Australia.
However, Apple did not make it clear whether its subscription plans would be different to the standard plan.