We have been hearing rumors that the new Apple Music Streaming service would be announced this week at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, this has now been confirmed by a music industry executive.
Apple will apparently make their new music streaming service official today at WWDC 2015, the news comes from the CEO of Sony Music, Dough Morris.
The Sony Music CEO recently said that Apple will announced their new Apple Music Streaming service during their 2015 WWDC keynote today.
Apple is expected to charge $10 a month for their new music streaming service and they are rumored to offer iTunes users a free trial of the service of between one and three months.
The Apple Music Streaming service is based on Beats Music which Apple bought as part of a $3 billion deal and the new service is expected to be integrated into Apple’s iTunes.
We are expecting more of a global launch of the service than just the US, as there are rumors that it will be available in some countries in Europe at launch.
We should have full details on the new Apple Music Streaming service when it is made official at WWDC 2015 later today. It is not clear as yet on whether the service will be launched today, or if we will have to wait a while to try it out.
Source Venture BeatFiled Under: Apple, Technology News, Top News