With the iOS 8.4 release at WWDC, it is also rumoured that apple will be going to launch its music service. For that apple has already sent the developer versions of iOS 8.4 to the developers for the hands on, on the apple’s revamped music app. This NEWS has been shared by Re/code.
As apple has already hired BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe and other BBC DJs, to help build back the reputation of iTunes Radio’s playlist instead of making an algorithm do that, it will now be monitored manually. They’ve stated that iTunes Radio will be made available to several other countries also.
Re/code said that the new music streaming service by apple is going to feature a free trial for new subscribers, so that they can test it out for free, before going for the full subscription. This might also get collaborated with the Beats platform, as Beats have similar feature already available. Still there is no NEWS on what number of days this trial will be valid for. It could range as long as three months depending on the deals with different music label contracts. For the full subscription apple will be charging $9.99 per month for the service.