Apple Music subscription ends in 2019
Apple Music subscriptions will end in 2019 and users will be able to get rid of them in the new Apple Music service, the company has confirmed.
The new service, which launched last year, is a subscription-based music service that is designed to provide a subscription experience similar to Spotify, and is aimed at users who want a cheaper alternative to traditional music subscriptions.
The subscription price is set at $9.99 a month, and users can stream unlimited amounts of music from Apple Music, Apple Music Music Unlimited and Apple Music on Apple devices and Apple TV.
However, the service is now in a new “music service”, which means that users will no longer be able download their music directly from the music service, Apple said in a blog post on Monday.
Apple Music was launched in 2019 with the goal of providing a cheaper way for users to listen to music and make purchases, but it has struggled to live up to that vision.
Last month, the music streaming service said that its revenue fell from $13.7 million in the first quarter of 2019 to $11.5 million in Q2.
That was despite a $1.3 billion operating profit for the quarter.
In a blog on Monday, Apple explained why it decided to remove the subscription feature, saying that it was not able to provide the “satisfactory” experience for users.
Apple says it is now working with the streaming service to make sure it can provide a better subscription experience in the future.