The new Apple Music Streaming service is rumored to be made official at Apple’s World Wider Developer Conference next month.
The music service is said to be based on Beats Music, which Apple acquired with its purchase of Beats Audio.
According to Mark Gurman, from 9 to 5 Mac, Apple will make their new Apple Music streaming service official at WWDC 2015 in June.
The new music service is said to be part of iTunes, and Apple has been hiring a number of Radio DJ’s and producers for their new service.
Apple Music Streaming will apparently launch some time around the end of June, it will launch with iOS 8.4 and iTunes 12.2, and the service will transfer existing Beats subscribers over to Apple Music streaming.
The service will apparently offer exclusive tracks from a number of artists and curated playlists, it will apparently also offer the ability to save tracks so they can be listened to offline.
We heard previously that Apple wanted to launch their new music streaming service for a monthly fee of $8, although the music labels were not happy with this and it will apparently cost $10 a month when it launches.
As soon as we get some more details on Apples new music streaming service, including an exact launch date, we will let you guys know.
Source 9 to 5 MacFiled Under: Apple, Technology News, Top News