Apple To Launch Online Music Streaming App The iRadio Service in 2013
Apple To Launch Online Music Streaming App The iRadio Service in 2013. Download or Stream Music online with iRadio. Price of App is not determined yet.
Apple at the start of new year is planning to launch Online Music Streaming App The iRadio Service. This is a gift of new year for the music lovers.
This new year brought some new changes in the technology industry. Every consumer really wants to know that what their companies have released for them at the occasion of this new year. Now a days there is a speculation about about Apple’s potential release of streaming music type service called iRadio. Many rumors are flying these days that Apple company will launch a physical TV set this year. The experts told that we won’t see The Apple TV or any other product this year but there would be something new for the music lovers. The music lovers can subscribe to the new iRadio service during this year(2013).
Apple’s executives have been making changes with music label bosses so that the company can set-up a music streaming platform. There are contrasting reports received about this fact. Some believe that the deal is end but some still feels and hope that iTune software will be updated in 2003 with new options like streaming music.
This technology is still not a final one. It is just a media predictions. The analyst Richard Greenfield is also very confident that the iRadio service will be launched in the coming few months.He also predicted that the Apple will make the streaming service effective by allowing the users to purchase and stream the music. Users can also purchase concert and gig tickets through partnerships with the likes of TicketMaster.
It is now the best platform for the Apple to launch this service. If something happens like that then iOS users will see a change to the iOS app on their devices. The service is likely to become popular without any doubt and the Apple and the record labels can make some agreement which will benefit all parties.