Siri isn’t interested in answering your stupid music-related questions unless you’ve signed up to Apple music.
On Monday, the CTO and co-creator of Pandora Tom Conrad pointed that if you ask Siri to tell you the top songs in the US, and you aren’t an Apple Music subscriber, she refuses to respond:
I guess Siri won’t talk to you about music unless you pay her boss? pic.twitter.com/b6Xwcf3EYR
— Tom Conrad (@tconrad) October 26, 2015
As an Apple product, Siri is able to tap into Apple Music’s 30 million song platform and play whatever Taylor Swift song you want. So it makes sense Siri won’t answer your music trivia unless you’ve signed to Apple Music.
As reported in B&T, Apple’s streaming service Apple Music went live on the 30th of June, so October is the first full month that Apple has started collecting payments from its first subscribers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook told WSJ.D Live conference in California that Apple Music has more than 15 million users, including 6.5 million customers in the paid tier.
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