Apple is already reported to be keen on delivering a music streaming service, something that got a fresh impetus over reports of its CEO Tim Cook along with chief of media Eddy Cue meeting with Beats CEO Jimmy Iovine. The trio discussed Beat’s yet to be launched streaming music service codenamed Project Daisy. However, the discussion is said to have revolved around the service itself with no deal having being signed. Apple has been speculated to launch its own music streaming service sometime in Q1 that will put it in direct competition with the likes of Spotify and such.
Meanwhile, Project Daisy has secured a major funding from Russian billionaire Blavatnik to the tune of $60 million and is set for a end 2013 launch.
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