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10 iOS: Apple to abandon separate tabs for social network Connect on Apple Music

Apple is going to update its music streaming service Apple Music and make it “more intuitive to use”. Within the upcoming redesign, the company refuses to separate tabs to Connect – the music of the social network of the company.

Based on data from several reliable sources, 9to5Mac says that Apple intends to shift the focus from service on the musical content of the service. Apple Music Connect at the moment exists as a separate tab in the Apple Music app in iOS and in iTunes on a Mac. However, in the future, the function will lose this tab, instead it integrates with the page “For you”. New opportunities for Apple Music Connect this year is not expected.

Previously lead singer of Airplane Mode Dave hill admitted that he felt a loss of connection with the musical world. Dave described the shortcomings that prevent Apple Music Connect become a full-fledged social network. The main disadvantages of the soloist Airplane Mode attributed the lack of metrics of number of followers, Follow buttons on the pages artists, individual pages for a more active interaction with the audience. Despite the outrage, Dave Whiskas believes that Apple still has a chance to lead the music business to common standards and to bring it closer to the audience.

Despite 13 million subscribers, Apple Music still criticized for it is not the most user-friendly interface and a small set of possibilities. For its first year of existence, the service has not received any important functions. In most updates mobile apps only corrected various errors.

Updated Apple Music iOS 10 will include a completely redesigned user interface reorganized and simplified design and several new features. The difference was reported to be visible immediately, since the appearance of the Apple Music is going to change much.

Not long ago, the Department responsible for Apple Music, experienced personnel shake-up. According to sources, the redesign of the service will now be answered by the head of content Robert Konark and frontman band Nine Inch Nails Trent Reznor. To the new look Apple Music also had a hand in design Director the company’s Jonathan Ive, producer Jimmy Iovine and the head of Internet services Apple eddy cue.

As previously reported, Apple is planning to introduce a new version of Apple Music at the conference for developers WWDC 2016 which will be held in San Francisco from 13 to 17 June 2016. The release of the new Apple Music is expected to fall once for all Apple platforms, including iOS, OS X and tvOS.

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