With music streaming well on its way towards overtaking digital downloads, all eyes this June will be on Apple as the company is set to unveil its highly anticipated music streaming service at WWDC. While most rumors regarding Apple’s Beats Music reboot have thus far focused on price (expect a $9.99/month pricepoint), Mark Gurman over at 9to5Mac just published the most detailed look yet into the type of features that will help differentiate Apple’s streaming music service from the pack.
First off, we can say goodbye to Beats Streaming. Gurman, who has a nearly impeccable record when it comes to Apple rumors, relays that Apple will be calling its new streaming service Apple Music. Not the most original name, but if the service delivers, it won’t matter all that much.
But onto some of the cooler features Apple has been working on.