Apple's new streaming music service, which will reportedly combine Beats Music and iTunes Radio, could be tied to a full iTunes relaunch.
Ian Rogers will now have two underwhelming music streaming services to attend to according to the Wall Street Journal
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Handful of images may offer clues as to what Apple has in store for the next version of its operating system.
Following the failure of iTunes Radio plays to translate into song purchases, Apple is reportedly thinking of big changes.
Trending #Music portal pulled from the App Store and will stop working April 18, exactly a year after launch.
Apple has been hit by dropping download sales, so it's reportedly exploring other options to keep its tunes afloat.
Apple could turn iTunes Radio into a standalone app, one that could compete against the likes of Spotify.