Apple could reveal its streaming service at WWDC
After hearing for years that Apple would be creating a Streaming music service, it is reasonable care taken with the leaks. This time the Rumor comes from the New York Times, which says that Apple is pushing to close deals with record labels to reveal his service during its developer conference, WWDC 2013 .
According to the newspaper, the service will be called “iRadio” and will be an online Radio that plays songs according to user preferences. This station would be in Apple’s plans since last year, however, the agreements with the seals have delayed its appearance , due to the difficulty of setting rates for music and payments.
If effective, the arrival of Apple into the world of streaming is relatively late, considering that Pandora has spent years in the business, Spotify already has conquered much of the users, and competitors like Google and Amazon also launched their own services.Apple, Futurología, Futurology, Radio, Rumor, Streaming, WWDC, WWDC 2013