New Music Service From Apple to Come Next Week?

Apple may be just days away from showing off its new Spotify competitor.
, according to a Wall Street Journal report, The company will unveil a two-tier music streaming service at its World Wide Developers Conference in San Francisco next week . The streaming platform will roll out as an update to the company's Music app, with an upcoming update to iOS.
Citing "people familiar with the talks," the report claims Apple has been quote "rushing" to make the service ready and finalize licensing deals with labels. Three of the biggest labels — Sony, Warner Music and Universal Music — have yet to sign off on the service, which could delay the announcement, but the Journal calls this possibility "unlikely."
The premium tier of the service is said to cost $10 a month and offer unlimited on-demand access, much like competitors Spotify and Rdio.