The chief executive officer of Apple, Mr Tim Cook made an announcement on Monday about the update of its watch operating system.
While at annual developers conference, Tim Cook said that the biggest news is the native apps which will come for the watch specifically, however Apple was anticipated to make an announcement of the first ever live worldwide 24-hour radio station.
Apple revealed current details concerning its Apple Pay service which was said to be supported by over 2,500 banks already and they expect to open up more locations in different places like UK which will be introduced next month.
Apple also said it will unveil what it called a “passbook” an app for debit cards, credit cards and boarding passes
The company also announced a new version of its operation systems for El Capitan and Macs which they expect to be available around September.
The new Apple watch apps software kit is said to be better and faster compared to the recent one which they also said that had limits on what developers could do.
While at the event , Apple’s Jimmy Lovine, unveiled a new first ever global music streaming services which will definitely broadcast the same music from Los Angels, New york, London and out to more than 100 cities in the world, isn’t that amazing? The targeted DJs to work for this Apple 24/hr Music stream are DJ Ebro Darden of New York, former Radio 1 DJ Lowe Zane and DJ Julie Adenuga of London.
Apple’s 24 hour music stream will be launched on 30th June for $9.99 per month and a family plan of $14.99 per month.