Apple Reportedly Nailing Down Specifics With Labels For Impending Music Streaming Service
This week, The New York Times has published a new report that suggests how close Apple really is. With WWDC happening this month, Apple is reportedly already solid with at least two record companies. The issue now, seemingly, is getting the rest onboard. Negotiations seem to be going fairly well, though, so Apple may decide to introduce the service on June 10th at WWDC. It'd feature "Pandora-like" features, using the iTunes interface that's already embedded into millions of iOS products.
But here's the thing: how many millions of customers has Apple already lost by being so late to the game? Will Spotify users really ditch a great service and re-create all of their playlists with Apple's service?