Apple Music has launched a curated channel dedicated to classical music. Created by one of the most prominent classical music labels in the world, Deutsche Grammophon, the new section features performance videos, audio albums, and three radio stations that are dedicated to playing music from Beethoven, Mozart, and Bach.
This step-by-step tutorial will teach you how to add—and instantly play—your favorite Apple Music album right from the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad. Although this requires iOS 12’s new Shortcuts app, our instructions apply to the Apple-owned Workflow app as well.
If your iPhone or iPad is running iOS 12 or newer, you can discover music more easily in the stock Music app by using a handy lyrics search feature that works across Apple Music’s 40 million song catalog and your own music library.
A feature-rich web-based Apple Music player has been revealed. The discovery suggests Apple plans on taking its subscription service beyond iTunes and the Apple Music app following today’s keynote address at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
Increasing its stake in EMI Music Publishing to 90%, Sony just became the world’s largest music publisher while giving EMI a value of around $4.75 billion, including debt, or more than double its value in 2011.
Apple on Monday published a new advertisement through its YouTube channel in South Korea. The 60-second video features the new single “Citizen Kane” by the popular Korean group HYUKOH and the latest Animojis singing karaoke.
Apple Music has passed 40 million paying customers and an additional 10 million people who are taking advantage of its free trial service. By comparison, it hit 40 million paying customers and 8 million on a trial about a month ago.