From Apple Music to iOS 9 to the Apple Watch, here are the biggest announcements from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference this week.
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We don’t know its price or features, but we know Apple’s subscription bundle will be named Apple One and include Apple Music.
A new beta site for Apple Music updates the web app to follow the changes coming to iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur.
The message of support has taken over the For You, Browse, and Radio sections, but you can still use Search and access your Library.
The good vibes playlist is updated every Sunday.
Apple Music subscribers in Australia & New Zealand can now ask Alexa to stream their favourite songs - adding more fuel to the fire in the smart speaker wars.
Apple Music is finally available for streaming on all Amazon Echo devices. Here's how to set it up the right way.
Make your music sound better.
How Apple's music services all work is a little confusing, but in no way is the company interested in getting rid of your music library.
Learn all about Apple One: Pricing, included services, family sharing, and more.
Unless you’re still hoarding .MP3 files like it’s 2005, you’re gonna have to throw in one of the five big music streaming services to listen to the latest and greatest tunes.
Apple is killing its second attempt at a music-focused social network because nobody wants it.
Apple Music in iOS 10 features playlist to rival Spotify's.
Apple Music's anniversary is coming soon. Hopefully, Apple commemorates the event with much-needed improvements. Here are a few suggestions.
35 per cent of professionals feel frustration due to bad audio. And yet, while organisations have rushed to enable remote work policies over half (51 per cent) of organisations still only allow certain teams to order headsets or headphones.
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