Among the many things revealed today at Apple's WWDC is their exciting new service, Apple Music. In short, the program will combine the extensive streaming of “tens of millions” of songs from iTunes, artist interactions via a new social feature called Connect, 24-hour-a-day, human-curated radio stations and much, much more. Unsigned artists can share their tunes through Apple Music, as well.
The app itself will come on all iPhones, while the service will cost $9.99 per month. Presently, there is a free three-month trial. Apple Music will launch June 30. A full rundown of the presentation can be found on Apple's live feed.
So, what do you think? Is Apple Music going to change everything we know about the streaming industry?