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Apple acquires Primephonic classical music service

Apple has made another major acquisition. This time, the company bought a classical music streaming service called Primephonic. According to available data, in the coming months, the Apple Music library should be replenished with new songs that will appeal to lovers of the classics.

Apple also promises to transfer playlists and exclusive audio content from Primephonic to its music service, and in 2022 it will launch a separate application called Apple Music Classical. The latter will feature a more discreet interface that Primephonic users have enjoyed.

Starting today, Primephonic is no longer accepting new users, and the service will be closed completely on September 7th. As compensation, active subscriptions will receive a special code to activate a six-month trial period of Apple Music.

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Source: Apple

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