Following the recent seeding of iOS 8.4 to developers for testing, a number of those people running the beta software are now reporting seeing a pop-up offering to start their FREE 3-month trial of Apple Music.
Despite no mention of exactly when the service will become available to listeners of other countries, and Apple’s official website only displaying a launch date of “6.30.15” – for the U.S, (with the rest of the company’s region-specific sites going as far to note that the service is “Coming soon,”) Macworld says that Apple Music will launch globally – this month.
We’re now just a few days out from Apple taking to the stage at Moscone Center in San Francisco to announce the future of iOS and OS X, alongside possibly also showing off its recent advancements in the realms of both TV and Music.
Here’s what we’re expecting to see announced, come Monday.
Apple had originally planned to show-off new TV-based hardware at its annual WWDC expo – next week. However, according to The New York Times, these plans have now been scrapped.