Apple recently unveiled its music streaming service Apple Music during the keynote on June 8, but it did not specify the rates for countries other than the United States. After installing the fourth beta of iOS 8.4 available since last week, developer Adam Rżanek made an interesting discovery.
As usual, the Cupertino company did not see fit to convert dollars into euros. To be a “Member” of Apple Music in France, you will have to pay € 9.99 / month ($ 9.99 / month in the US) once the three-month trial period is over. For the Family subscription, the price will be € 14.99 / month ($ 14.99 / month in the US). Up to 6 people can benefit from it.
As a reminder, Apple Music, which will compete with the giants Spotify, Pandora or even Rdio, will be launched in a hundred countries on Tuesday, June 30. The features accessible to users according to their subscription were recently shared by Apple (read: Apple Music: the features offered to members).