“Growing pains, all of that. No plan, no matter how well thought out or how well intentioned, can survive impact with millions of customers and their edge cases. Problems happen. It’s how well and quickly they’re dealt with that matters,” Ritchie writes. “That’s said, I’m digging Apple Music. I don’t have much of an existing library to worry about and I don’t go to the apps anywhere nearly as much as I go to Siri, so it’s been borderline miraculous for me so far.”
“The ability to just [fire] Music up whatever I want to listen to, whenever I want to listen to it, feels like the future to me,” Ritchie writes. “And Apple Music has delivered that today.”
Tons more in the full article – recommended – here.
MacDailyNews Take: Apple Music is the very definition of a diamond in the rough.
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