Apple Inc.is gearing up to unveil a revamped version of its Apple Music service at the company's Worldwide DevelopersConference in June, Bloomberg News reported May 4, citing sources familiar withthe details.
The tech giant will reportedly give the music streaming servicea new user interface and work to better integrate its streaming and download businesses.Apple will also expand its online radio service.
The move comes after Apple Music reportedly received mixed reviewsand went through management changes. The initiative is being headed by Robert Kondrk,head of content, and singer Trent Reznor.
Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive's team; Beats co-founderJimmy Iovine; and Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet services,are also involved in the project.