Apple Music now boasts 36 million paying subscribers, up from the 30 million worldwide figure reported in September 2017.
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The results of Piper Jaffray’s semiannual U.S. teen survey are in, and the results bode well for Apple’s iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple Music.
Apple Music now has over 30 million paid subscribers. Those numbers are still far behind Spotify’s stats.
A new song on the iTunes top 100 charts, called ” A a a a a Very Good Song” is nine minutes and fifty-eight seconds of complete silence.
Apple on Monday released a new promo for its upcoming Apple Music-exclusive television show “Carpool Karaoke: The Series.”
Apple is reported to be in negotiations with record labels, looking to reduce the royalties it pays for content on Apple Music and in the iTunes Store.
Apple announced on Tuesday that “Carpool Karaoke: The Series,” will debut exclusively for Apple Music subscribers on August 8.
Prince’s catalog of songs is headed to Apple Music and other streaming services on February 12.
The Apple Music star ratings system that fell by the wayside in iOS 10 has made a triumphant return in the iOS 10.2 beta.
A new report indicates Apple could drop the subscription prices for its Apple Music streaming music service. Proices could drop by two dollars per month.
Recode has announced Apple’s head of Apple Pay, company vice president Jennifer Bailey will speak at its upcoming Code Commerce event.
Apple Music and Spotify have both debuted subscriber access to unofficial, user-uploaded remixes. Both services accomplished this via deals with the same music rights management firm, Dubset.
As of Monday, the Apple Music for Android app has been downloaded over 10 million times. The app achieved that number in less than 10 months. (It was released in November 2015.)
Apple Music 12-month gift cards are now available. The $99 card offers 12-months of Apple Music for $8.25 per month, and 18% savings over the usual $9.99 monthly tariff.