Apple shares ‘Worldwide’ Apple Music ad
Apple’s music streaming service is available in 167 countries.
Apple has shared a new Apple Music ad on YouTube, titled “Worldwide.” The promotional title reflects Apple Music’s availability in 167 countries around the world. The 45-second long video spotlights prominent artists like Billi Eilish, Orville Peck, and Anderson Paak among other artists.
“Apple Music brings you closer than ever to iconic artists, rising stars, new discoveries, and legendary entertainers,” the video description reads.
Apple renamed its wordwide radio station Beats 1 to Apple Music 1, and launched new radio stations for country music and hits last week. The radio stations can be accessed on your Apple device through the Radio tab in the Music app. Siri can also help you launch the new Apple Music radio stations. Simply say play “Apple Music 1,” “Apple Music Hits,” or “Apple Music Country Hits.” No Apple Music subscription is required to tune in Apple Music radio stations.