It looks like Apple is about to take on services like Spotify and Rdio head-on. A report by the Financial Times suggests that Apple could push Beats Music to every iPhone and iPad by bundling it in with iOS in the coming months. This would give Apple a huge advantage over its competitors.
The company could even charge less for the streaming service. The New York Times reports that Apple has been in talks with record labels to discuss new licensing terms that would let Apple charge only $5 per month for music streaming. That's a significant drop from the typical $10 that Spotify and Rdio charge for their basic, ad-free subscriptions.
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