Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Stock: Several Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) Stores aren’t keeping a stock of Retina MacBooks, reports MacRumors. Despite being released today, many customers have been unable to locate Retina MacBook’s in Stores. A check of several Stores have come up with responses that the device is only available for purchase online. These Stores also noted that the device was available for ship-to-store. It’s unknown if the Retina MacBook will start showing up at Apple’s physical locations at a later date.
Keyboard: Apple may be looking to upgrade its keyboard app for iPad, TechCrunch notes. The tech company has reportedly purchased Dryft, which develops keyboard apps. The startup’s keyboard app remains hidden on tablets until a user touches the display. It’s unknown if Apple bought Dryft for its software or its talent. Third-party keyboards started being allowed on the company’s devices with the release of iOS 8.
Music: It’s rumored that Apple is close to releasing its redesigned music service, reports AppleInsider. Among the rumors surrounding the service is that it will have two different subscription levels. Each level will need to be paid for with one possibly being $9.99 a month and the other being $14.99 a month. It’s also been reported that the company has been in talks with over a dozen artists about exclusive deals connected to the service.