Over the past few months there have been countless rumors about a new music streaming service from Apple, it was believed that the company would make this announcement at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2015, which is a stage that it traditionally uses to unveil new software and services. There’s word from Sony Music CEO Doug Morris who confirms that the Apple Music service is indeed going to be unveiled tomorrow at WWDC 2015.

Morris was speaking at the Midem music industry conference in Cannes where regarding the much rumored Apple Music service, he said “it’s happening tomorrow.”

Don’t expect to hear any juicy details about Apple’s new music streaming service from Morris though, because he hasn’t revealed anything other than the fact that it will be unveiled tomorrow.

However a recent report from a fairly reputable scribe suggested that the service is going to cost $10 per month for unlimited on-demand streaming and that it won’t provide a free ad-supported streaming tier like Spotify does.

Some reports also suggest that in order to bring in users from rival streaming services, Apple may offer a trial period of up to three months during which all features will be provided to users for free, and once the trial period is up they will have to pay $10 per month.

Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 starts off tomorrow in San Francisco, California. We’ll be sure to bring you all of the updates from the event.

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