Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Music: Apple (AAPL) Music has been added to T-Mobile’s (TMUS) Music Freedom program, reports MacRumors. Music Freedom is a feature exclusive to T-Mobile cusomters that allows users to listen to music from select services without it affecting their data. Other music streaming services that are part of the program include Google (GOOG,GOOGL) Play Music, Pandora (P) and Spotify. T-Mobile also announced that the iPhone 6s will be available as a free upgrade to members of its JUMP! service that have an iPhone 6.
Subscribers: New reports claim that Apple Music subscribers have soared in the first month, 9to5Mac notes. According to insider sources, who claim to have gotten some of their information directly from AAPL, the new Music streaming service saw 10 million users subscribe during its first four weeks. In comparison, rival music streaming service Spotify has roughly 75 million subscribers.The tech company hasn’t release an official number of subscribers for the service. Instead, CEO Tim Cook said that it was “millions and millions.”
Features: Analysts are weighing in on what they believe could be new features included in the iPhone 6s, reports Business Insider. One of the unsurprising entries on the list is Force Touch. The feature has already been implemented in the Apple Watch and is also on new MacBook’s track pads. It’s believed that this addition will also result in changes to apps to take advantage of the new feature. Analysts also predict that the iPhone 6s will include a better camera, namely a 12MP one. It’s also believed that the new smartphone will see the largest upgrades ever included in an “s” model device.