One of the most talked-about upcoming additions to Apple’s repertoire is Apple Music, the company’s revamped Beats music streaming service.
At this point, there’s not much else to be rumored regarding Apple’s music streaming service, but a new report aims to gain some clarity on the situation: and the legitimacy of the rumors.
Apple’s music streaming service looking to set roots in Russia, international availability seems likely
Apple’s music streaming service is a big push from the Cupertino-based company, and not simply because it’s entering a new market again.
Apple’s revamped music streaming service reportedly named ‘Apple Music,’ will feature Ping-like features
The revamped Beats music streaming service from Apple, which is far from official but ridiculously rumored, will apparently feature in-depth social network integration for artists.
The oft-rumored, and far-from-official, revamped music streaming service from Apple has seen quite a bit of attention lately. And that trend continues.
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.
The music streaming service that Apple is working on, allegedly working on, has been rumored for quite some time now. But with the Worldwide Developer Conference right around the corner, the rumors are picking up steam.
Apple’s reportedly considering $10 to $15 tiers for revamped music service, approaching artists for exclusives
There are plenty of popular artists out there, but when one major artist like Taylor Swift opts out of publishing their music to a service like Spotify, it tends to make the rounds.