A new report today claims that Apple is going to introduce a revamped version of its popular music streaming service with the next major update for iOS. It’s said that iOS 11 is going to bring a revamped version of Apple Music that’s going to focus more on video content. The report mentions that the revamped Apple Music might host up to 10 original series by the end of this year.

Apple has evidently been working on shoring up its video content. It has created documentaries on Cash Money Records and Clive Davis, it acquired Carpool Karaoke, and it’s even producing a pitch-off series filled with celebrities.

Apple has also announced that a show called Can’t Stop Won’t Stop from Live Nation will be exclusive to Apple Music as well. Bloomberg reports today that Apple is also developing a show based on the co-founder of Beats Music Dr. Dre. A possible sequel to R. Kelly’s rap opera Trapped in the Closet might be considered as well.

Given that it’s going to increase its focus on emphasis, one can expect the app to get an overhauled user interface as well to put video content front and center.

We can expect to hear more about these changes at the Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 this June. Apple always unveils its major software releases at WWDC so this year we can be sure to find out more about iOS 11 at WWDC 2017.

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