Apple's new music streaming service had been widely expected to debut this Spring, but 9to5 Mac is reporting that the service is likely to be delayed until June. Sources at the Mac-centric site say the service is likely to see a beta rollout announcement at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference on June 8th. The delay is reportedly due to departures of key employees, including Bobby Gaza, Senior Vice President at Beats in charge of technology. The report also cites Apple is experiencing issues integrating Beats human and technology resources into the Apple ecosystem.
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