Posted October 16, 2018 09:04:24A new Apple Music subscription service will launch in early 2019, bringing the streaming service’s monthly subscription fees to $14 per month and adding support for Apple Pay.
The announcement comes as the company continues to push the limits of its existing streaming service, which is still in beta.
It is not clear when the new service will arrive, though the company previously hinted that it will come out in late 2018.
The Apple Music app currently lets you listen to an unlimited number of songs, and has the ability to play any song you want to your playlist, as well as a search feature.
The service’s price, which will vary depending on the music you are listening to, is $14.99 per month, and you can purchase additional songs by going to the Apple Music website.
The monthly price is subject to change.
In addition to its existing subscription services, Apple also offers several other streaming services, including a news app, a photo app, and a game-streaming app.
It has also launched a music-streamable app for iPhones and iPads.
The new Apple TV app has been available in the App Store since October 24.
It lets you stream music from your iTunes library to the TV using your Apple TV’s HDMI port, and is available on Apple TV, Apple TV 2, and Apple TV devices with HDMI inputs.
It also allows you to play and stream music in AirPlay, Dolby Atmos, and DTS-HD Master Audio formats.
Apple has not disclosed the number of new music-and-media streaming services Apple is launching.