Tim Cook tells Apple employees Beats got subscription music right
Apple's CEO, Tim Cook has reportedly followed up on the announcement of the Apple/Beats deal with a memo to employees that discusses Apple's deep history in music, Iovine's role in the early days of iTunes, and how Beats got subscription music right. Mark Gurman, reporting for 9to5Mac:
The memo apparently affirms that Iovine, Dre, and the Beats Music team will report to SVP of services, Eddy Cue, while the Beats speaker and headphone division with fall under SVP of worldwide marketing, Phil Schiller.
If you're using Beats Music now, does the acquisition change anything for you? If not, will it get you to reconsider giving it a try?
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