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  • Apple moves into music subscription
  • Apple moves into music subscription
    Hernán Piñera (2013) ©
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Apple moves into music subscription

With the launch of its paid-for subscription service, which features 'expert curation' and a free 24-hour radio station, Apple is getting serious about music. With a pool of 800 million iTunes accounts to potentially convert from, Apple Music could very quickly become the market leader.

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