Apple’s $10 monthly music streaming service likely to be announced next week

Apple is set to make several announcements at the upcoming WWDC conference on June 8. One of the announcements is expected to be much talked about music streaming service from the company. Today, more information about the service has been surfaced by The Wall Street Journal.

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As per the report, the Beats based music streaming service will cost $10 per month and provide unlimited listening. Apple acquired Beats Music in May last year for $3 billion and it was speculated that the company will integrate the music service into iTunes. It is said that the service which will likely be called as “Apple Music”, will fall in line with Spotify in terms of features and function. The report further adds that Apple has been rushing to ink deals with the major labels to fill out its music library however, it still has not signed agreements with Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group.

Earlier report had stated that the service will be deeply integrated into iTunes on Mac and the stock Music app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and apps will also be available for Apple TV and Android.

Author: Sneha Bokil

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