Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Beats: A new rumor claims that Apple will include Beats Music as a native iOS app in 2015, reports AppleInsider. The rumor comes from unnamed sources that claim the inclusion of Beats Music on iOS devices out of the box could start as early as March 2015. The rumors claim that the service will still require a paid subscription and that its addition as a native iOS app could be tied to the launch of the Apple Watch. There have also been rumors that the service may get a price drop from $9.99 a month to $5 a month.
Camera: One rumors claims that Apple may make a major jump with its camera in the next version of the iPhone, MacRumors notes. The rumor comes from John Gruber during his recent The Talk Show podcast. According to Gruber, the next version of the iPhone will have a camera equipped with a dual-lens system. He claims to have heard about the new camera feature from a “birdie of a birdie.” Several camera makers are currently testing out dual-lens systems and the HTC One M8 has a dual-lens system in it.
Get: iOS users that head over to the App Store will notice a major change to how apps are labeled, reports 9to5Mac. Apple has changed it so that apps in the App Store that were previously labeled as “Free” now have a “Get” button next to them. The change is likely the result of the tech company protecting itself from lawsuits regarding in-app purchases in otherwise free games. The change comes after the company settled a class action lawsuit in 2013 concerning in-app purchases in games labeled as free.