Apple's heavily-rumored streaming music service will reportedly lack a free tier, though there will apparently be a free trial of the service, which could extend between one and three months. Additionally, it's said that labels will be able to provide some songs for free, according to Re/code:
Apple will also reportedly revamp iTunes Radio, with stations powered by humans, rather than algorithms. The company is said to have hired Zane Lowe away from BBC Radio 1 for this purpose.
Despite reported issues in securing deals for the service, it's said that Apple is still hoping to debut the service at WWDC 2015, with a rumored price of $9.99 per month.
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