The US technology giant was widely expected to reveal a replacement for the 18-year-old service at its worldwide developers conference (WWDC) on Monday, and its senior vice-president of software engineering took to the stage at the event in California to detail the plans.
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Apple Music and Spotify are the two biggest names in music streaming. But with similar catalogs and the same monthly subscription fee ($9.99, £9.99 or AU$11.99) it can be tough to work out which is the better option for you. Part of your choice comes down to where you listen — so figuring out which […]