While most analysts are predicting a slip in subscriptions for Apple Music, one notable analyst claims the service will reach eight million by end of year. Mark Mulligan also predicts 20 million subscribers by the end of 2016.
Apple knows not to make promises it can't keep, and now, it's delivering on an issue that has music fans everywhere singing Hallelujah. The iEmpire has now increased the iTunes Match and Apple Music libraries limit from 25,000 to 100,000.
In a recent interview, an Apple Music exec explained that the team is still working out some serious kinks in the system, explaining that there is plenty of work to be done before the system is running on all cylinders.
Possibly adding a new competitor in the streaming video space, Apple is considering an investment in original content that would likely be distributed through iTunes potentially in a subscription model.
The newest release of iTunes let slip something big: all-new iPods. One image in particular shows an iPod Touch, iPod Nano, and iPod Shuffle in new colors. It's unclear what internal changes are in store, if any.