As of January 28, Apple will begin charging for their iTunes radio services. Apple conveyed an email to every one of their customers who listen to radio to tell them that they will be discontinuing their free service before the end of January.
Apple will soon start charging for iTunes Radio
Apple notice in their email that Beats 1 radio will be the main free radio channel choice accessible to the people who don’t subscribe to Apple Music.
The email from Apple said, “As an audience of ad supported radio on Apple music, we need you to realize that it’s being suspended beginning from January 28. Beats 1 will now be the head free telecast so you’ll keep on getting all the best music and culture there with world-class DJs like Zane Lowe and claim to fame and forte programming from artists such as Dr. Dre, Drake, Pharrell Williams, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.”
The email went ahead to say, “Furthermore, with an Apple Music membership, you can get to many radio stations carefully assembled by our own particular group of music artists, commercial free with boundless skips. On the other hand you can make your own particular stationsown stations based on your favourite songs and artists. Begin your Apple Music membership now and appreciate boundless access to everything radio offers alongside the whole Apple Music list.”
According to this email it’s evident that Apple plans to disassemble their iAd deals groups. Apple yesterday reported the end of its iAd App Network.