Apple Music is the most downloaded music service in the world, and that popularity has led some to believe it could be the next big thing.
However, Apple is actually planning to go free on August 29th, as the company has made it clear it is not willing to invest in more subscription services.
Apple Music is not the only music service to be in the process of shutting down after paying subscribers.
The streaming service Rdio is also shutting down as a result of paying subscribers, and Spotify is also being shut down after some paying subscribers signed up.
While it is true that Apple has a history of making significant moves in order to increase subscription revenue, its willingness to cut deals and shut down its service after paying paying subscribers indicates it has a different mindset towards music.
It also shows that it has no interest in investing in more streaming services.
Instead, Apple Music aims to increase its paid subscribers to more than 10 million, but will do so by cutting its free plan.
Apple Music subscribers will pay $9.99 per month for the Apple Pay app on top of their existing Apple Music subscription.
In the process, Apple will offer a $5 per month tier for Apple Pay users.
However, while Apple is going to cut its free Apple Music plan to $9, you can sign up for a $10-per-month tier with Apple Pay.
That will allow you to use the service in any country where Apple Music supports Apple Pay, including the US, Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Brazil, and Australia.
Apple says it will continue to offer the free Apple Pay plan for “many years to come.”
Apple Music has long been rumored to be going away, and it appears that Apple’s plans to continue to make money off of the paid service are more likely to change than it is to remain the dominant player in the music industry.