Apple Music subscribers can now watch select live concerts for free

Music is an important part of Apple’s history and even today. After all, the company is behind the iPod, which revolutionized listening to music on the go. In 2015, the Cupertino tech giant launched Apple Music, its own streaming service and one of Spotify’s biggest rivals. Each of the two services continues to innovate and offer new features and content to attract subscribers. For example, Apple offers Lossless and Spatial Audio support on its platform, while its competitor has Spotify Connect – a seamless continuity feature that is still absent on the Cupertino tech giant’s platform. In a bid to attract even more subscribers, Apple will now allow paying users to watch select live concerts for free.

In a tweet posted by its official account, Apple Music announced that subscribers will be able to watch Harry Styles’ live performance on May 20. This stream will be one of many to come in the future – as the company plans to bring your favorite artists to this series. Title Apple Music Livethis concert series lives in the Music app and remains an exclusive for those who pay for the service.

The company does not mention other details in its tweet, such as on-demand availability after the concert ends. Additionally, he doesn’t share a timeline of upcoming performances or potential names he could bring to this series. Nevertheless, this addition is very welcome. It allows music fans from many regions to watch their favorite artists live, without having to travel or pay extra.

Do you plan to use Apple Music to watch live concerts? Why or why not? Let us know in the comments section below.

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