Ahead of official introduction of Apple’s new streaming music platform, it has been confirmed by Sony Music CEO. During an on-stage interview at the Midem Music Industry Festival in Cenemas today, has imminent about the announcement of the new Apple Music at its Worldwide Developers Conference keynote on June 8th. Numerous sources also indicated that the service will be unveiled at WWDC. According to the Morris’ confirmation, which is notable that another parties involved in the negotiations for launching the service. Financial Times on the other hand has shared some key details regarding the service, clarifying that it will be called simply “Apple Music.” With the launch of the streaming music service, Apple will be largely abindoning its iTunes barnding, using the name only for the online stores.
However, Apple will kot be offering a freemium ad-supported audio listening tier like Spotify, but will charge $9.99 per month for the Music streaming. Plans to draw customers by placing a three-month free trial, much longer than the 30 days competing services offer. Builtup in Beats Music, which its existing subscription service that it acquired last year. Executives hugely lauded Beats Music’s emphasis on human curation and customization, and many of the those features in Beats Music remaining same in the new streaming service from Apple.
“the music service will continue to ask users to select their favorite music genres and styles, and will be paired with recommendations from artists,” Apple aims to hep lesteners discover songs easily.
About the revamped iTunes Radio, which has potentially been renamed and it has been positioned as a free companion service to Apple’s streaming Music offering. Plans to use well-known DJs and celebrities to present music on its new radio service, and hired several BBC Radio DJs like Zne Lowe to market the service in Europe.
“Some of the celebrities who were photographed wearing Apple Watches ahead of its launch earlier this year, such as rapper Drake, will soon be acting as DJs on Apple’s new radio service, which will emphasise the personal tastes of artists over using algorithms to curate music, as Pandora does.”
Expecting that both the new streaming service and the new radio service will be built into the revamped Music app introduced in iOS 8.4. Apple plans to unveil its new music service at its WWDC 2015 keynote today.
Here’s How To Live Stream Apple WWDC 2015 Keynote on iOS, Windows, Android, Mac and Apple TV
Apple’s live stream is officially supported to run only on Mac, iOS and Apple TV devices. Non iOS users can also watch the live stream on iOS, Mac, Windows and Android devices, just by following guide below.
Step 1: Make sure your Apple TV is up to date. For that, head to Settings > General > Software Updates and press on Update Software.
Step 2: Once Apple TV updated, just wait on the main screen for the new Apple Events app with WWDC 2015 logo to automatically install with a new entry detailing date, time and streaming info for the upcoming WWDC 2015 keynote.
Step 3: A new ‘Play‘ button will automatically appear in-app when it’s time onthe day of the event.
For live streaming via Apple TV, both the second-gen and 3rd-Gen models are supported with firmware version 6.2 and over.
iOS and OS X users will need to do is go to apple.com/live and stream it right in your web browser. Important to note is that you will require at least Safari version on Mac running 6.0.5 or later on OS X 10.8.5 or later; and on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running Safari 6.0 or later.
Step 1: Download VLC for Windows from here.
Step 2: Launch the app and navigate to Media -> Open Network Stream -> Network tab.
Step 3: Paste the link provided below and hit the Play button to start the live stream.
Step 1: Download VLC for Android from here.
Step 2: Navigate to hambuger menu > Stream.
Step 3: Type in this url to begin streaming WWDC live.
Apple at June 8 WWDC 2015 keynote expected to introduce iOS 9, OS X 10.11, Watch OS 2.0, new subscription-based music streaming service and Apple TV 4.