Apple’s much anticipated subscription based music service, Apple Music, will go live tomorrow morning alongside the launch of Beats Radio and an update to iOS 8 to enable support for both of these new products.
Originally revealed at this month’s WWDC Apple Music is cupertino’s Spotify competitor allowing subscribers to access millions of songs for a monthly fee. Priced at $10 for an individual account or $15 a month for a family plan Apple Music appears to offer some serious competition and surely the 90 day free trial will help Apple steal away subscribers from rival services.
Beats 1 is a 24 hour radio station that will stream music 24/7 for Apple Music subscribers from locations like London, New York and Los Angeles.
iOS 8.4 will roll out at 8 AM PST tomorrow with Apple Music and Beats 1 coming online at 9 AM PST.