Apple Music hits 6.5 million paid users
Apple's new music streaming service has netted more than 6.5 million paid users, the tech giant's chief executive Tim Cook said
Apple's new music streaming service has netted more than 6.5 million paid users, the tech giant's chief executive Tim Cook said.
Speaking at a technology conference organised by The Wall Street Journal in Laguna Beach, California, Cook said that an additional 8.5 million people are participating in a free trial of the Apple Music service. That gives it more than 15 million users in total, which Cook described as a successful debut.
"I'm really happy about it, and...
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