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    Apple to add Beats Music service to all iOS devices next year

    And, from now, there will be now no more 'Free' apps in the Apple App Store.
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    Re: Apple to add Beats Music service to all iOS devices next year

    Apple will start to bundle the Beats music streaming subscription service into iOS, the operating system on its popular iPhones and iPads
    Thought iPod Touch's also ran iOS - and this is surely the most "accessible" way to get iOS?
    Apple has seen fit to re-label the download buttons for all available free-to-download apps (including games of course) as 'Get'. Proper free apps make do with just the 'Get' button and those which offer in-app purchases now have a 'Get' button subtitled with "Offers in-app purchases". That's lots and lots of them...
    The picture seems to show that IAP-enabled apps get "Download" not "Get".

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    Re: Apple to add Beats Music service to all iOS devices next year

    Quote Originally Posted by crossy View Post
    The picture seems to show that IAP-enabled apps get "Download" not "Get".
    The picture seems to show that IAP-enabled apps get "Download" not "Get".[/QUOTE]

    That's one the user already owns so they can just 'download' them

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    Re: Apple to add Beats Music service to all iOS devices next year

    I wonder how long it will be before they release a beats removal tool

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    Re: Apple to add Beats Music service to all iOS devices next year

    i wonder if it is to do with carplay, making it so it supersedes Spotify
    the thought of it being bundled into iTunes is an interesting one too, i wonder how they will roll that one out
    'iBeats' ?
    also, i imagine the 'earbuds' that comes with iPhones will be getting an upgrade as soon as the beats boffins have time...

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