Apple is making a huge overhaul to its music services with an all new streaming app called Music. The service broken down into three main components: Music, Beats 1, and Connect. The Music service is exactly what you would expect, the tens of millions of tracks that are available on iTunes will be available to stream and you'll get access to curated playlists from a team of music experts.
Beats 1 is their 24 hour, global live radio service that is based in Los Angeles, New York, and London and will feature a variety of programming from music to news and culture and will be hosted by Zane Lowe, Ebro Darden and Julie Adenuga. You'll also get Siri integration, Music Videos, and a Connect service that lets artists talk to fans all in one place.
Apple Music will be available on June 30th in over a hundred countries and will cost $9.99 a month ($14.99 for families) and will be free for the first three months. Also, Music will be available on Android and Windows later this fall.
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