Apple Music is getting a redesign on iOS10.
Apple's primary focus right now is bolstering Apple Music's market share in the ever-intensifying streaming wars. At today's World Wide Developer's Conference, the tech giant announced that they have completely redesigned Apple Music for iOS10, which is scheduled for a fall release.
Going forward, Apple Music will provide its subscribers with a "For You" tab comprised of curated playlists similar to Spotify. "For You" will house Apple Music's "Connect function." Users will be able to access song lyrics by swiping down on the screen and play songs right in Messages.
Additionally, album artwork, new releases, and user library will be more prominently featured in the new Apple Music. Preview the redesign below.
The new Apple Music. pic.twitter.com/yalznx5YkA— Matthew Panzarino (@panzer) June 13, 2016
Lyrics now added to Apple Music.— iTwe4kz (@iTwe4kz) June 13, 2016
This lady just tried to get a buncha nerds in the auditorium to rap. pic.twitter.com/G6aeaFHiAa