Apple launches Apple Music TV in the United States

Apple has launched a dedicated music video station in the United States as part of its Apple TV+ subscription service, offering an MTV-like channel with a modern listening experience.

Users in the United States can click here to access the new channel on their Mac, iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV, and it will stream 24 hours a day. Apple says that it will feature the most popular music videos, as well as a countdown of the top 100 most songs streamed ever.

The new channel will also offer exclusive new music videos and premieres, curated video blocks, as well as live shows, events, chart countdowns, and guests from time to time.

Apple will show off the live capabilities of its new TV channel on October 22, when the channel will celebrate Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You release with music video blocks of the icon’s greatest videos, an exclusive interview with Zane Lowe and a special live stream fan event.

Apple will premiere two new music videos on the channel on Friday, October 23 at 9 AM PT Joji “777” and SAINt JHN “Gorgeous”. The company plans to premiere new videos every Friday.

Are you excited to try out Apple Music TV? Let us know and check back soon for more.

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