Back in April, Apple Music announced that it would launch “Up Next,” a documentary series that focused on promoting up-and-coming artists from a range of music styles and backgrounds.
Apple has started to promote Carpool Karaoke: The Series a bit more now that the launch date is right around the corner.
We learned that Apple’s Carpool Karaoke: The Series will launch on August 8 back in May, and now, as the date nears, Apple is starting to churn the promotional machine a bit.
The iPhone is a great music player. Or at least, with the right combination of apps and services, it can be. You’ll find the spiritual successor to the iPod as an icon on the Home screen but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. If you’re a fan of music, there’s an entire world hiding behind the search field on the App Store and it goes way beyond Spotify and Pandora.
Apple has published a brand new ad for Apple Music, which features a country music singer, and aired in front of a recent DAYTONA race.
Back in August of last year, the British wireless carrier, EE, launched a six month free subscription offer for Apple Music.
One of the strengths for Apple Music is the curated playlists, and it looks like Apple is gearing up to launch a new one for subscribers.
At the end of June, Apple’s current deal with major labels for Apple Music will wrap up, so Apple and those companies are current in negotiations working out new deals.
Up to this point, the standard subscription options for Apple Music have been similar to the majority of competitors.
Back in 2014, Taylor Swift removed all her songs for streaming from Spotify and other streaming services. After a brief hiatus and an open letter to Apple, the singer then partnered with Apple and made her music available on the company’s music streaming platform. Now, to celebrate her album 1989 being sold over 10 million times and all her songs combined surpassing a sales figure of 100 million, the singer has decided to make her back catalogue available to all streaming services from midnight.