Apple has reportedly brought support for Beats Music under its AppleCare wing today, while also doing the same with Apple Pay support for businesses.

The report comes from the folks at 9to5Mac, which states:

Starting today, AppleCare will begin providing support service for Beats Music customers as well as businesses interested in accepting Apple Pay, according to sources. Support for the streaming music service previously went through a separate system from Apple's other products and services. AppleCare staff has also been advised on helping businesses with accepting Apple Pay as the company pushes its new mobile payment service.

This comes after news broke earlier today that Apple is targeting sometime around WWDC 2015 to launch its music subscription service based on Beats Music. The new service will reportedly integrate the functionality of the current Beats Music app, such as streaming and curated playlists into the iOS Music app.

Source: 9to5Mac