According to a new report, Apple may be set to debut a revamped version of Apple Music at its annual developers conference in June. The revamp is said to bring a new user interface, better integration of its streaming and download business and more. The changes would come just one year after Apple officially unveiled the service.
From Bloomberg's report:
Apple is altering the user interface of Apple Music to make it more intuitive to use, according to people familiar with the product who asked not to be identified because the plans aren't public. Apple also plans to better integrate its streaming and download businesses and expand its online radio service, the people said. The reboot is expected to be unveiled at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in June. The changes will be accompanied by a marketing blitz to lure more customers to the $10-per-month streaming service.
There have been a number of changes in the management team of Apple Music as Apple continues to look for new ways to attract more subscribers. Reviews of the service have been mixed, as people didn't seem to take to Apple's design of the app, but enjoyed the depth of the music collection.
It won't be long before we know whether Apple will officially unveil some big changes to the service or leave it as is. Be sure to keep it locked here for additional information as it is made available.