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  • Apple's Revamped Streaming Service Will Provide Trial Version for Customers

    Apple is expected to launch their newly revamped streaming music service at Worldwide Developers Conference next month. A new report from Re/code is stating that in order to lure customers into signing up, Apple will be offering a free trial to customers. The free trial will allow users to test out the service with new iTunes Radio stations and a lengthy trial period before officially subscribing. The Cupertino-based company has yet to mention how long the trial period will last but according to Re/code it could be as long as three months.

    Beats Streaming Music service currently gives new users a two-week (14 days) trial period before asking customers to sign up for the service. Apparently the new service will also have parts of artistís catalogs available for those who arenít subscribed. It should be noted that those who are testing out the service should not expect the latest music to be available, as the company will most likely save that for subscribed users.

    We are about a month and a half away from WWDC, so we will have to wait until then for the official announcement of whatís going on with the companyís music streaming service. Do you think the revamped version will have a lot of improvements? Share with us in the comments below.

    Source: Re/code
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Apple's Revamped Streaming Service Will Provide Trial Version for Customers started by Akshay Masand View original post
    Comments 1 Comment
    1. bewie's Avatar
      bewie -
      First you strut around trying to put an end to free music, now you're fishing for customers with a ridiculourly long free trial period. You're funny, Apple.