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Could Apple Music coming to Echo have big implications for Apple’s video service?

[2018-12-05 15:28:36]

There was a big surprise last week when Amazon announced that Apple Music will be coming to its range of Echo smart speakers. While you can AirPlay Apple Music to a range of speakers, using a voice command to instruct a speaker to play from the Cupertino company’s streaming music service has so far been exclusive to HomePod. The reasoning appears to be that Apple Music subscriptions are worth more to Apple than the revenue from the HomePod hardware. And that same reasoning could apply more widely … The post Could Apple Music coming to Echo have big implications for Apple’s video service? appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Could Apple Music coming to Echo have big implications for Apple’s video service?


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