This coming June, you can expect something big from Apple. During their annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference or WWDC, they will be launching a revamped streaming music service. This latest news came from 9to5Mac and TechCrunch. According to their reports, the new service will be based on Beats and it will debut as the keynote of Apple’s WWDC. It will likely be happening on June 8, rather than the supposed announcement that will take place on March 9 during the Spring Forward event.
The announcement goes like this:
“Although a final decision has not yet been made, a new music service upgrade is currently on the works as part of the iOS 8.4 where it will be made available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch after WWDC. There is a possibility that it may be added into iOS 9 and if it happens, you can expect a lot of bugs to be fixed.”
Of course, you can expect a price for such a service but the good news is that the price for the new music service is a few dollars cheaper from competitors like Spotify, Rdio, Google Play Music and other Apple-owned Beats Music. Like always, the new music service will be available on iTunes and stock music apps for iPhone and other Apple products. But there is also an unlikely place where it will also be available: Android.
The development for the streaming music service of Apple is the company’s first in-house Android application.
It is very rare for Apple to develop a product that can crossover to other platforms like Android. This is a good move for Apple because it will widen the coverage of their new music service and opening various opportunities from the different pool of subscribers and music lovers.
Another development Apple is making is for its next-generation Apple TV Set. If you are interested in finding more about Apple and their services, you can visit their support site. In it you would be able to find a lot of services as well as their costs. Some examples are for the iPhone repair service and cost as well as information on various products and services.