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Yesterday Apple unveiled Apple Music. To be honest the most appealing thing about it, at least to me, is the worldwide radio. But I really doubt it will be so good that it will make me fork 10 bucks each month. Either way, the good news is that Apple offers a 3-month free trial which might convince people to stop using other services like Spotify. Because… you know… your inner hipster can’t wait for that unknown artist to drop, for free, the next “Dark Side of the Moon” exclusively on Apple Music.
Apple Music will be available on June 30, in over 100 countries ( if it’s anything like iTunes Radio, and you live in Narnia, just use a VPN to get connected and that’s it, enjoy your 3-month free trial ) with the release of iOS 8.4 and a new version of iTunes.
In the meantime, jump over the break to check out the Apple Music promo videos…
After weeks of rumors and speculation, Apple officially announced its acquisition of Beats By Dr. Dre for a total of $3 billion. Out of the $3 billion, $2.6 billion will be cash up front and $400 million will be in stock. The purchase includes Beats Electronics ( maker of Beats headphones, speakers, and audio software ) and Beats Music ( its subscription-based streaming music service ).
New Artists 2014. Apple is giving away free song via its Apple Store iOS app. The giveaway includes: ‘Salt’ by Bad Suns, ‘Wake the Neighbors’ by Kris Bowers and ‘Calor’ by Master Blaster Sound System. To download the free tracks, load Apple Store app on your iOS device, scroll down until you see the ‘New Artists 2014’ section and tap on it. On the new screen tap the ‘Download songs for free’ which will redirect you to the iTunes where you can download the songs with a redeem code provided by Apple.
Apple has released a new TV commercial to detail the ways people are using the iPhone to listen to music. Every day, more people enjoy their music on the iPhone than any other phone.
Jump over the break to check out the video…