Reports confirm iOS 7 will have a new look, new sharing features for photos & videos and music streaming
Appleâ€™s WorldWide Developer Conference 2013 starts on Monday, June 10. It kicks off with the Keynote at 10:00 am PST at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco.
As usual, weâ€™ve heard severalÂ rumors and speculations leading up to the event, which indicate that it will be a cracking WWDC this year (assuming they turn out to accurate). Here’s a round up of all the WWDC 2013 rumors we’ve heard so far.
Few days back, reports claimed that Apple may not be able to launch its rumored iRadio music streaming service at the WWDC due to licensing issues with Sony Music, the world’s second largest music label.
Apple’s much rumored music streaming service, dubbed “iRadio,” will reportedly launch this summer, possibly as soon as next week during WWDC. The service will reportedly be free of cost, but will include display ads, and according to a new report today, audio ads as well.
Last month, Apple signed a deal with Universal to provide their music via an as yet to launch service that’s currently being called “iRadio. According to C|Net, yesterday they signed a deal with Warner. The only major record label that’s yet to agree to give Apple their catalog is Sony.
We continue to get information about iRadio, Apple’s rumored Pandora-like music streaming service. Yesterday, a report claimed that Apple may not be able to launch the service at the WWDC due to licensing issues with Sony Music, the world’s second largest music label.
Last week, it was reported that Apple was close to signing deals with Universal Music Group and Warner Music for its rumored Pandora-like streaming music service, unofficially dubbed iRadio.
Last week we reported that Apple was pushing hard to launch its Pandora-like music streaming service this summer.
Rumors of Apple launching a new Pandora-like music streamingÂ service have beenÂ prevalentÂ ever since the company acquired Lala.com a few years back.