“The offering from Apple — whose iTunes is the world’s largest seller of music — will be the most-watched subscription-only effort yet,” Shaw reports. “Beats Music will be retooled and re-launched this summer, possibly with a new name. There will be a $9.99-a-month subscription for individuals and a family plan for $14.99, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because they’re not authorized to speak publicly about the matter.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Once all of this is running, Apple should offer a single subscription deal that bundles iCloud storage, iTunes Music subscriptions, Internet TV, etc. for one price.
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