Apple's New Streaming Service Will Connect Artists Directly To Fans [VIDEO]
Tech giant Apple unveiled their new streaming service Apple Music today at the annual World Wide Developers conference in San Francisco. Developed to join the ranks of internet streaming services already available such as Spotify and Pandora, the new service will allow users to stream the millions of song that are already available on iTunes.
Apple hopes to revolutionize the way our culture consumes music as they had done previously with iTunes at the turn of the century. In addition to the new streaming platform, Apple is unveiling Beats One, which will be a 24-hour radio station hosted by well known DJs from Los Angeles, New York and London. Apple Music will have a feature called Connect, which will serve as the social media aspect of the service, allowing musicians to interact with fans.
Check out the promotional video, hosted by Trent Reznor, below:
Apple Music will debut on June 30th in over 100 countries, and will have a free trial period for the first three months. After the trial period ends, the service will be available to users for $9.99 a month or $14.99 a month for families of up to six.
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