After years resisting subscriptions, Apple hits play on a $10-a-month streaming music service Tuesday with a three-month free trial.
Some people are complaining because they can no longer share music to their iOS devices, while others say the iCloud Music Library is making a mess of their local iTunes library.
"Siri, play the top song from 1982." Apple Music's silliest element sets the new $10 subscription service apart from the pack -- but will it get you to pay?
How does Apple's streaming service stack up against longtime favorite Spotify? We lay it all out here.
If you're confused by the distinction between these two Apple services, well, you're not alone.
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From $35 to $400, these streaming sticks, boxes, consoles, Blu-ray players and TVs can all stream Netflix. After that their capabilities diverge significantly, delivering different worlds of media, ecosystems, apps, games, search capabilities and more. See how they stack up.
Technically Incorrect: Having presented Apple Music and its Beats 1 radio station, the company must now begin the harder task of selling the subscription-streaming service.
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Back in the days before Edison invented recorded sound, all music was live. But now most people hear recorded music most of the time.