Rumors, like money, make the world go round, and when it comes to Apple, there’s no shortage. As the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference gets ever closer to its June 8 kickoff, there’s plenty of speculation about what’s in store for Apple’s mobile platform. Music: New App, New ServiceWe’ve already seen indications that an overhaul of iOS’s Music app is in the works, probably debuting even before iOS 9 as part of iOS 8.4. Early developer builds of the release show a redesigned interface that finally incorporates the Up Next song-queueing feature introduced in 2013’s iTunes 11, a Mini Player and other improvements. But the real musical development could be Apple finally leveraging its purchase of Beats Music into an update to its own streaming service, iTunes Radio. Cupertino picked up the Dr. Dre-led music venture last year for $3 billion but hasn’t yet moved to incorporate it into any of its offerings. Meanwhile, iTunes Radio has met with a lackluster reception from most users since its 2013 launch and has been largely overshadowed by streaming music rivals such as Spotify and Pandora. It seems a good bet that a Beats-inspired update might show up as part of iOS 9…. Read full this story
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