Tim Cook Met With Beats CEO To Discuss New Music Streaming Service

Posted on Mar 6 2013 - 6:01pm by Muhammad Umer

According to what reported by Reuters, Tim Cook (Apple CEO) and Eddy Cue (Senior Vice President of Internet Services) had a meeting with Jimmy Iovine, CEO of Beats to discuss the hypothetical new streaming music service that Cupertino company plans to launch soon.

In recent months there have been many rumors about a possible music streaming service for Apple to compete with Spotify or Pandora. The rest seems to be the trend in the industry by time, which also sees Google concerned with new services that probably will be placed on YouTube.

Apple executives (Cook and Cue) had a discussion with Jimmy Iovine, about the mysterious “Daisy” Project of Beats, a subscription service that the company announced last January by releasing few details.

The only things available to us tell us that Daisy will be a tool with which you will be made aware of new music and will be strongly supported by the Beats, the same brand that sells headsets and speakers.

The Cupertino Company is interested in Daisy for possible purchase? We do not think there are grounds to arrive at certain conclusions. It is probably one of the countless negotiations for the new music service from Cupertino.

Via | CultOfMac

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