Apple Music, Apple’s new streaming service that is set to launch in the United States in 2018, has attracted a lot of attention from the music industry, and some observers believe it will drive a significant amount of digital music sales.
As part of the deal that will launch in 2018 in the U.S., Apple will be releasing a free service for music streaming and will allow users to stream songs and playlists from Apple Music and Spotify for free.
Apple Music has been touted as the future of streaming music services.
Apple Music has the ability to connect artists and listeners directly with each other, allowing users to listen to music while at work or on the go.
Apple also has the option to connect to Spotify, a music streaming service from Google and others, to help connect with music fans.
It has a $9.99 monthly subscription for $8.99 per month, or $9 a month for $14.99 a year.
Spotify, which is not owned by Apple, is not listed among the top 10 U.K. streaming services.
Spotify, which has over 40 million paying subscribers in the UK, has been working on Apple Music for years.
In March, Spotify announced that it would be acquiring the music service, giving Apple a major stake in the streaming music giant.
Apple has been pushing for Spotify to be included in Apple Music since at least last year.