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When it comes to audio podcasts, Apple has a long history.
In its heyday, it had its own dedicated audio platform, the iTunes Radio App, and its own podcasting app.
But the company has since moved on to more traditional streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.
Now, Apple is launching a new streaming app called Apple Music for iPhone and iPad.
That app will also work with Apple’s other streaming services, Spotify and the Apple Music app, which is available on both iOS and macOS.
This new app will include new features like listening to podcasts and listening to Apple Music-supported songs.
While it will also include an audio playback feature, Apple Music will only play audio from the Apple Podcasts and Apple Podcast episodes library.
The Apple Music interface is simple.
You will have the ability to listen to podcasts or play audio directly from your device.
The interface also features a widget to allow you to manage the volume and skip songs.
There is also an option to skip songs and you can adjust the playback speed.
You can also skip songs on the fly by holding down the volume button while listening.
If you want to buy the new Apple Music, you’ll have to buy it through iTunes, which you can do from the app’s home screen.
You’ll also have to enter the iTunes password to access the app.