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Music is key for Apple's big show next week

Expectations are high for Apple to unveil a new paid music-streaming service at its annual WWDC developer conference, but don't count on a Web TV service. Also: Amazon Fire TV gets serious about video games.

This story is part of WWDC 2022, CNET's complete coverage from and about Apple's annual developers conference.

Apple is set to make several software announcements at WWDC, its annual conference for developers. Along with operating system updates, it seems likely that Apple will reveal a new layer to iTunes. Watch CNET Update below for a look at what to expect (and not to expect) at Apple's event next week:

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Music is key for Apple's big show next week