Beats 1 will soon be Apple's only free to listen radio station after users are told the ad-supported iTunes Radio stations will be going behind the Apple Music paywall later this month.
'Beats 1' is a global radio station built by Apple that is exclusive to its new 'Apple Music' streaming service. But, it looks like a developer has found a way to stream the broadcast on all devices.
Today, Apple has relaunched its streaming music service in the form of Apple Music. The service came in the form of an update and also includes Apple's global radio service, 'Beats 1'.
Along with the rollout of its iOS 8.4 update, Apple has launched its Beats 1 global 24/7 radio station, and its new music service, which it claims "will change the way you think about music forever".
Apple has revealed launch timings for its new 'revolutionary' music streaming service, and its Beats 1 global radio station, on Tuesday, starting with the rollout of iOS 8.4, and a new seed of iOS 9.
Apple's new 24-hour internet radio station will go live around the world at 9am Pacific on June 30 - the same day on which the new 'revolutionary' Apple Music streaming service launches.