Apple has been in music industry from a long time to discuss its music-streaming radio service to iOS users. We have seen numerous rumors pointing towards the imminent launch of iRadio service to iOS devices. Apple is recently rumored to introduce iRadio service at WWDC 2013. The company is following towards the WWDC 2013, and we have heard Apple has finally inked deal with Sony Music to become a big player in the music market without infringing copyrights.
The long rumored service is finally getting a shape ahead WWDC 2013, and iRadio will be offered to iPhone and iPad devices this year. Apple has already inked deal with Universal Music over radio streaming service for its devices. The radio streaming service is dubbed as ‘iRadio’, furthermore, some iOS leaks also hints at iRadio launch this year. Apple is hosting WWDC 2013 this Monday to launch its next-major iOS 7 update and OS X 10.9 to developers.
It is merit mentioning here that Apple has already got contract with Universal Music and Warner Music to follow up with the launch of iRadio service in general. Apple will offer iRadio service as a free service to iPhone and iPad devices, while it will generate the business via advertising on the platform managed by Apple’s own iAds program. We have reported that Apple is bringing audial ads to iAds platform, and it will help the platform to do more business. The service will make its way later this year on the public launch of iOS 7 to iPhone and iPad devices.