Apple to Launch Its New Music Service in Many Countries This June?

Following the report about Apple’s problems with reaching agreement with music labels ahead of the debut of the widely-rumored Beats-based streaming music service, a new rumor appeared on the Internet suggesting that the service will be launched in a number of countries in late June. Moreover, alongside the revamped subscription-based music service, the guys from Cupertino will reportedly launch an updated version of iTunes Radio. The exact number of first-wave countries remains unknown, however, reliable insiders claim this will be a ‘long list’.

Apple's streaming music service will reportedly launch alongside a revamped iTunes Radio in a "long list" of countries in late June as part of iOS 8.4 and iTunes 12.2. New Apple TV and Mac apps that will integrate the service remain under development at Apple.

To be honest, I’m curious to see the new streaming music service from Apple as well as the redesigned iTunes Radio. Hope these services will help Apple to compensate the decline in digital music sales.

[via MacRumors]

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Written by Andrey

Wednesday, May 6, 2015. 23:25

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