Rumor: Apple streaming service next week for $ 10 per month




Apple will announce next week its streaming service and ask for $ 10 a month for subscriptions, claims The Wall Street Journal. During Apple’s WWDC event, which begins June 8, Apple is probably not a subscription service for TV announce.

The streaming service based on Beats, which have long been rumors about his not getting free component with ads, claims WSJ based on his sources inside Apple. However, the company would listen to a ‘handful’ songs for free making and offering a free trial. Apple would have accompanied the introduction of a major advertising campaign.

The group would be customers of the iTunes download service pointedly at his streaming abo’s buyers want to move and an album of 10 dollars as possible go propose to subscribe for the same money. The music market is already time to shift from downloads to streaming, but Apple has until now there no full benefits.

According to the usually well-informed American newspaper Apple had to rush to finish the work for the Spotify competitor. Apple would have no agreements with three major music companies, Vivendi, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group. The probability that this will lead to delay, however, would probably be small and they involve negotiation tactics.

For the first time, Apple would also release an app for Android to show also that competing OS access to its music service. The service would have among other channels, with DJs like Q-Tip, Drake and Dr. Dre. There will also be “custom” channels.

The service will be announced allegedly at the WWDC. Which begins June 8th. There will also be times already rumors of a TV service from Apple but for that announcement is still too early, claiming Recode. Apple would still be negotiating licensing rights to broadcast programs and it would be questionable whether an introduction in the fall, as Apple would like, can be achieved.


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