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Apple’s doing it.

Spotify’s always done it.

Even Starbucks wants to do it.

Attempts to turn paying customers into subscribers are gathering momentum across every industry. And Apple has successfully transitioned much of its business in this way. So what lessons can we learn from how Apple did what it did?

Apple has built a $86B services business

Apple’s services segment isn’t just News+, Music, TV+, Arcade, Fitness, and iCloud. It also includes AppleCare, App Store, Apple Pay, Apple Card, iTunes Store and a range of lesser-known manifestations, probably including cash the company gets paid to make Google’s search engine default across its product range.

The services element of Apple’s business has tripled in the last six years and now brings in about $86 billion in revenue, the company said during its most recent fiscal call.

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