Apple is holding their Worldwide Developer Conference in June and now it looks like a new version of Apple Music will be announced at the conference.
Apple’s Music streaming service is a year old and it has over 13 million subscribers, all of these are paying subscribers and whilst 13 million seems like a decent achievement in 12 months, this is lower than Apple had expected.
According to a recent report by Bloomberg, Apple will be giving their music streaming service a major overall and the new version of the service will be announced at WWDC 2016.
Some of the changes that will be included in the new version include an update user interface which will be designed to make it more intuitive to use.
Other changes will be to its Radio service on Apple Music and the company also intends to integrate its streaming and download service further, this means that we can also expect to see some major changes to iTunes.
It will be interesting to see what Apple’s updated music streaming service is like and whether the changes will help Apple increase its subscriber numbers.
The company may have 13 million paid subscribers at the moment, but this is quite a bit behind rivals like Spotify and Apple has a lot more customers on its books that it could sign up to the service if it can manage to make it more appealing and more user friendly.
Source BloombergFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPhone