Hot on the heels of a report stating that Apple had not yet sealed all of the required deals to launch its revamped Beats-branded music streaming service, another report has surfaced suggesting none of that really matters.
According to a report that was published on May 5 by 9to5Mac, and referencing the original report suggesting Apple may have to delay the launch of its streaming music service, the Cupertino-based company won’t be delaying anything after all. The report indicates, after speaking to unnamed sources, that Apple still has every intention of launching its streaming music service by the end of June. When that will be, exactly, still isn’t known, but it doesn’t appear to be lagging behind by any means.
The report also indicates that while iOS 8.4 is already available in beta form with a revamped Music app, even more changes are incoming, and Apple plans on launching its music streaming service in a wide range of countries across the globe. That also means the revamped iTunes Radio will launch in other markets as well.
As it stands right now, the revamped Beats music streaming service is expected to be debuted on stage at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which takes place between June 8 and June 12 of this year.