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Beats Music to become native iOS app in spring, sources say

11/19, 2:58pm

Service likely to be rebranded under iTunes name

Apple is planning to bundle Beats Music as a native iOS app early next year, sources tell the Financial Times. The shift is expected to happen in the form of a firmware update, that could debut as soon as March. The Times has little other information, but argues that it's likely Apple will rebrand the service under the iTunes moniker, as other reports have suggested.

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Apple Stores changing up look of gift cards, worker uniforms

11/17, 11:19am

Clerks expected to ditch lanyards

Apple is planning some minor changes at its retail stores in preparation for the holiday season, sources say. One of these includes dressing clerks in red holiday shirts. A permanent adjustment, though, will involve removing neck lanyards from the standard uniform; to compensate for the lack of ID, clerks will reportedly be asked to introduce themselves more often.

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Beats launches Solo2 Wireless headphones

11/12, 11:00am

On-cup controls handle playback, calls

Apple-owned Beats has announced the Solo2 Wireless, a new pair of over-the-ear headphones. The unit is based on the original Solo2 headphones released earlier this year, but sports Bluetooth for pairing with devices up to 30 feet away. Buttons on the ear cups let users control volume and playback, and even answer phone calls.

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Los Angeles building could become Apple mini-campus

11/12, 10:07am

Location could include store, office space

Apple has leased a major portion of the Broadway Trade Center in downtown Los Angeles, a new rumor claims. The building measures 1.1 million square feet, and currently has several shops on the ground floor and a manufacturer above. Apple has allegedly signed a lease for "several hundred thousand" square feet; the rumor, from an anonymous source, further suggests that Apple may turn the building into miniature campus with offices, residences, and an Apple Store. A portion of the campus might even be dedicated to selling Beats products.

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Southwest Airlines offers Beats Audio playlists to passengers

11/03, 12:39pm

In-flight Beats service includes The Sentence personalization

Passengers of Southwest Airlines will soon be offered access to Beats Music during their flight, as an alternative to in-flight radio and other entertainment options. The airline will be providing music via the streaming service on its Wi-Fi-enabled aircraft starting from today, with passengers able to access a personalized playlist to listen to throughout their flight at no extra charge.

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Trent Reznor 'fully in it' on unannounced Apple/Beats project

10/31, 3:41pm

Said to be related to role on Beats Music

Trent Reznor -- the Nine Inch Nails frontman and one-time chief creative officer at Beats -- says he is "fully in it right now" on an unannounced music project for Apple and Beats. While he is unwilling to go into much detail, in a new interview, he says his work is "related" to his role with Beats Music. "Beats was bought by Apple, and they expressed direct interest in me designing some products with them," the musician notes. "I can't go into details, but I feel like I'm in a unique position where I could be of benefit to them. That does mean some compromises in terms of how much brain power goes toward music and creating. This is very creative work that's not directly making music, but it's around music."

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Apple pushing for $5 monthly fees in move to relaunch Beats Music

10/20, 11:12am

Company claims discount could attract more subscribers

In preparation for relaunching Beats Music next year, Apple is currently pushing record labels to allow lowering monthly subscription fees from $10 to $5, sources say. The company's marketing pitch, allegedly, is that even Apple's best iTunes customers typically spend an average of $60 per year, or $5 per month. As such, anyone switching from downloads to streaming would generate an equal amount of revenue -- and more importantly, the potential subscriber pool would increase thanks to more affordable fees.

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Iovine on NFL-Bose ban of Beats: 'I can't believe I'm this lucky'

10/16, 12:12am

Publicity from ban, player fine makes Beats 'look like the underdog,' co-founder says

Speaking at the University of California's "Global Conversation" conference on Wednesday, Beats co-founder and Apple executive Jimmy Iovine offered his spin on the recent NFL deal with rival Bose to make the latter's headphones the "official" brand of the football league, and the fact that many players seem to prefer the Beats brand. He told the audience that players, both under contract to endorse Beats and not, have taken to taping over the Beats logo on their own pairs rather than wear the endorsed brand.

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Apple service providers expected to start servicing Beats hardware

10/14, 11:29am

Plan only pegged for 'the near future'

Authorized Apple service providers -- and presumably Apple itself -- will soon start servicing Beats speakers and headphones, according to a memo to providers obtained by a Greek website. The message states that "in the near future, Apple will be responsible for providing service" for Beats products. The company adds that it is now sending out contract addendums, and will publish articles explaining the exact processes for handling Beats gear.

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Bose, Beats settle lawsuit over noise cancellation technology

10/10, 3:28pm

Could theoretically bring Bose products back to Apple Stores

Bose has settled its lawsuit against Apple-owned Beats Electronics, filed in July over patents connected to noise cancellation technology, says Bloomberg. The companies have submitted joint filings to a Delaware court, and asked the US International Trade Commission to halt an investigation. Had Bose's original demands been met, imports of Beats' Studio and Studio Wireless headphones would've been blocked. The terms of the settlement are unknown.

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Bose products to disappear from Apple Stores, sources claim [u]

10/10, 10:55am

Beats acquisition may be to blame

(Updated with references to Bose/Beats lawsuit) Apple is preparing to pull all of Bose's audio products from its stores, according to sources for MacRumors and MacNN. The MacRumors source says that the inventory change is due to start next week, and that workers will get instructions in the next few days. Commenting on the claim, the MacNN source suggests that it's likely true and "falls in line with a shelving reorganization for Christmas that we've already seen that's got nothing from Bose on it."

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NFL star Kaepernick fined $10,000 for wearing Beats headphones

10/09, 11:12pm

League has signed exclusive deal with Bose that covers post-game and interview endorsements

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been fined $10,000 by the NFL for breaking a league rule about wearing unsponsored products when conducting interviews within 90 minutes following a game. Kaepernick was wearing a pair of pink Beats headphones -- which he later tweeted was in support of breast cancer awareness -- during a press conference following a game with the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. The NFL signed an exclusive deal with Bose back in March, and only that brand of headphones are supposed to be seen.

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NFL deal with Bose bans Beats, other headphone brands from games

10/05, 4:54pm

Bose granted rights to prevent other headphone use, NFL defends practice

Apple-owned designer headphone brand Beats by Dre is taking another hit in the professional sports arena. It was uncovered that a recent deal between Bose and the National Football League (NFL) will ban other headphones on game days as a part of the exclusive league sponsorship. While the ban is in effect for all other headphone manufacturers, Beats argues that its headphones are important to players.

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Apple-owned Beats sues man claiming to be brand co-founder

09/29, 10:40pm

Steven Lamar said to have exaggerated association to boost new venture

According to new court filings, Apple-owned Beats is suing Roam and Jibe Audio founder Steven Lamar for false advertisements and unfair competition after Lamar posted numerous times on social media and his own company's website that he was a "co-founder" of Beats alongside Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. While Lamar does have a legitimate connection to the headphone maker, and collects a royalty on certain models of Beats headphones, Beats says in its filing that Lamar has "never had any ownership interest" in the audio products company.

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Apple may rebrand Beats Music in February, rumors hint

09/23, 3:34pm

Timing could coincide with Grammy Awards

Apple could announce a new, rebranded version of Beats Music in February, according to "industry scuttlebutt" heard by Re/code's John Paczkowski. No other information has leaked, but it's speculated that the switch may happen in parallel with the Grammy Awards, which are being held February 8. The event could theoretically serve as a marketing springboard for a new service.

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Beats Music headed towards shutdown, sources claim [u]

09/22, 5:18pm

Apple plans for platform's tech still unknown

[Updated with Apple denial] Despite recent efforts to promote the streaming service, Apple is planning to discontinue Beats Music, sources within Apple and Beats say. "Many" Beats Music engineers have reportedly been diverted to other projects, such as iTunes. The sources have no insight on what Apple plans to do with the service's technology.

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Apple TV firmware updates with new look, Beats Music, Family Sharing

09/17, 2:30pm

Will eventually support iCloud Photo Library

Accompanying iOS 8 today is updated firmware for the Apple TV. Immediately visible are new cosmetic touches, namely thinner fonts and "flatter" app icons. It also includes some feature additions, such as a Beats Music channel, making it possible to listen to the subscription service Apple acquired earlier this year.

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U2's 'Songs of Innocence' downloaded over two million times

09/12, 4:27pm

Total may be artificially inflated

U2's Songs of Innocence album -- which Apple is currently giving away for free via iTunes -- has already been downloaded over two million times since Tuesday, sources say. The group's back catalog appears to be doing well as well, with 17 albums on the iTunes Top 100 chart, led by The Joshua Tree at number 12.

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Apple's Beats Music launches iTunes Festival contest

08/26, 3:30pm

Participants must sign up for Beats account

Apple-owned Beats Music has launched a US contest to promote itself and next month's iTunes Festival in London. The #GoWithMe promotion offers 25 winners a chance to take a friend to see one of five concerts. Options include Kiesza, Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams/Jungle, Maroon 5/Matthew Koma, or Ed Sheeran/Foy Vance.

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Discounts: Apple Beats sale, Target iPad minis $100 off

08/18, 6:30pm

First-gen iPad minis on clearance in anticipation of new models

Target stores in the US and its online store are now offering first-generation iPad minis at clearance prices, selling the entry-level 16GB Wi-Fi only model for $199 -- a price that is lower or equal to most competing (but smaller) seven-inch tablets, such as the Kindle HDX or Google's Nexus 7. The price is $100 lower than the normal retail price in all configurations, and $20 below Apple's own price for its refurbished model. The sale also offers $50 off the price of the iPad Air in all configurations. The promotion is good for "this week only," and is based on limited amounts of stock, according to the Target website.

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Apple promotes Beats Music as best 'new' app, Apple-made

08/15, 4:19pm

Music service works its way into Apple ecosystem

Beats Music is now being promoted as one of the "Best New Apps" in the App Store, even though the title has actually been available since January and was last updated July 28th. It is also included in the Apps Made by Apple section linked at the bottom of the App Store. Earlier this week, Apple began highlighting Beats Music in the list of apps recommended to new iOS users.

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Briefly: Shazam for iOS rolls out Beats Music feature, Mailbox 2.1

08/13, 11:12pm

Beats Music "Listen Now" feature rolling out for Shazam on iOS

The iOS version of Shazam has begun to roll out a new "Listen Now" feature from Beats Music. The music streaming service integration allows users to tag a song with Shazam, and then immediately play it in Beats Music. A subscription is required to Beats Music to utilize this new feature, however a 14-day free trial of the service is available.

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Beats Music now being pushed to new iOS device users

08/12, 3:03pm

Title appears as official Apple app

People setting up an iOS 7 device for the first time are now seeing Beats Music among the list of recommended Apple apps, according to anecdotes. The App Store splash page is otherwise full of titles like iBooks, Podcasts, Find My iPhone, and the iWork suite. Notably Beats Music is the only one to require payments, since it's based on monthly subscription plans.

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NYT profile delves into details of Apple University

08/11, 10:02am

Workers say institution is 'meticulously planned'

Citing three people who have attended the school, the New York Times has published a profile of Apple University, the institution used to indoctrinate workers into Apple's corporate culture. The dean of the school is Joel Podolny, who took over full-time in February. The school is reportedly "meticulously planned, with polished presentations and a gleaming veneer that masks a great deal of effort;" one worker comments that "even the toilet paper in the bathrooms is really nice." Classrooms are described as well-lit and trapezoid-shaped, with stadium seating so that everyone has a clear field of view. In some cases, though, teachers travel outside the US to present lectures.

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Online Apple store gets dedicated 'Beats by Dr. Dre' section

08/07, 3:15pm

Beats brand may be set to live on separately

Apple has added a specific Beats by Dr. Dre section to the online Apple store, shoppers note. The page has its own tab under the Accessories section. Apple has sold Beats headphones and speakers for some time, but since the latter's acquisition, it has begun highlighting the products both online and at retail.

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Beats, Apple post self-deprecating video celebrating union

08/01, 11:00pm

Features Beats Pill speakers, Siri in jokey self-congratulatory message

A brief video has been posted by new Apple employee Dr. Dre on the Beats Twitter account that both celebrates and pokes fun at the union of the two companies. The video, which features animated versions of the Beats Pill speakers and the disembodied voice of Siri, will remind some of the "talking car" Chevron advertisements done by Aardman Animation, makers of Wallace & Gromit in its style of animation and light humor between "Mikey" and "Tina."

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WSJ: Beats Music head Ian Rogers to take charge of iTunes Radio

08/01, 4:23pm

Executive will straddle both music services

Beats Music head Ian Rogers will also take charge of iTunes Radio as a part of Apple's acquisition of Beats, sources tell the Wall Street Journal. The people add that having Rogers in charge of both units is intended to generate cohesion in Apple's streaming music options. How exactly that might manifest is unclear, but the Journal speculates that Apple may implement new subscription options.

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No layoffs at Beats yet, source claims

08/01, 2:57pm

Some terminations may wait up to a year

Although layoffs may be coming, no one at Beats has lost their job yet as a result of Apple's takeover, a source tells Billboard. "Every single person is going through Apple orientation, they're signing up for healthcare," the person comments, noting that everyone has been offered a full-time job at Apple, although as confirmed by the company some people are only being offered work for a limited time. Specifically, the source says that these people could lose their jobs in anywhere from three months to a year. Five people have reportedly been fired in "performance-based terminations."

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Vivendi/UMG transfers Beats stake over to Apple in $404M deal [u]

08/01, 11:15am

Acquisition proceeds while still waiting for final US approval

(Updated with Apple welcoming page) Vivendi's Universal Music Group has completed a sale of its 13 percent stake in Beats to Apple, in a deal worth $404 million, according to an official statement. The company hasn't released any other details. In all, Apple is paying about $3 billion to acquire Beats.

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Apple confirms Beats layoffs; 200 people expected to lose jobs

07/31, 12:21pm

Some may still find work at Apple

Apple has confirmed reports of job losses at Beats as a part of its $3 billion acquisition. "We're excited to have the Beats team join Apple, and we have extended job offers to every Beats employee," says Apple spokesman Tom Neumayr. "Because of some overlap in our operations, some offers are for a limited period and we'll work hard during this time to find as many of these Beats employees as we can another permanent job within Apple." Sources say that last week, about 200 out of Beats' 700 employees were told that their positions are now temporary, and will be cut within the next few months.

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Major layoffs impacting Beats during Apple takeover, sources say

07/30, 3:30pm

Developers, creative workers being kept

Although the takeover has yet to be fully approved legally, some workers and technology resources are already being shifted from Beats to Apple, sources say. Apple executives have allegedly visited Beats' California headquarters this week and the last, offering some workers new positions at Apple while telling others that their jobs will be cut. Many Beats employees in creative or development roles are being offered work at Apple; many of these are allegedly headed to Apple's Cupertino's headquarters, but the company is keeping both the Santa Monica offices and some engineers associated with Beats Music.

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Beats Music app updated, offers more user customization

07/28, 10:51pm

Now offers Tune Your Taste, verified accounts, song history, more

As the process of Beats Music's acquisition by Apple continues, the iOS app for the subscription-based Beats Music service has received an update to both make playback better and more reliable as well as to improve the overall user experience. The new version 2.2.0 gives users the ability to customize the services's "Just For You" recommendations by changing artists and genres with a new feature called Tune Your Taste. In addition to some other changes, Beats reports that it has "fixed a ton of bugs."

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European Commission approves Apple acquisition of Beats

07/28, 10:08am

Clears major legal obstacle

The European Commission has authorized Apple's $3 billion takeover of Beats, according to an official statement. The organization was tasked with scrutinizing any possible antitrust concerns in the deal. In its judgment, the Commission notes that while both Apple and Beats sell headphones in Europe, even their combined marketshare is low, and the companies aren't in close competition. Their headphones are said to "differ markedly in functionality and design."

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Bose suing Beats over infringement of active noise reduction patents

07/25, 3:29pm

Apple now on the hook in another patent infringement case

In a court filing discovered today, audio equipment maker Bose is suing headphone rival Beats over noise cancellation headphone technology. Bose claims that Beats has knowingly infringed on "50 years of signficant investment in the research, development, engineering, and design" on the technology, with the Beats lineup for sale now using "36 US patents and applications" that Bose now owns or has filed for.

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Apple may be preparing to sever from ad agency TBWA

07/14, 4:06pm

Beats' Jimmy Iovine said to be important to new marketing efforts

Apple may be on the verge of completely separating from its long-time ad partner, TBWA's Media Arts Lab, says the New York Post. Citing industry rumors, the paper suggests that Apple's entire external advertising account is "up for grabs," and that Beats CEO Jimmy Iovine -- soon to become an executive at Apple, following Beats' acquisition -- will also be used to help revive Apple marketing efforts. "Apple bought Beats for a lot of reasons," comments one anonymous ad agency executive. "They think they're marketing geniuses. It is safe to assume Beats would be part of an assessment of all [Apple] partners."

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Beats files suit against Chinese counterfeiters with fake storefronts

07/11, 2:50pm

Case could be worth billions of dollars

Speaker and headphone maker Beats -- currently undergoing an acquisition by Apple -- has filed a lawsuit against a collection of Chinese counterfeiters, asking for billions of dollars in damages. "This action has been filed by Beats to combat online counterfeiters who trade upon Beats' reputation and goodwill by selling and/or offering for sale unlicensed and counterfeit products featuring Beats' trademarks," the complaint reads. "The Defendants create [fake Internet storefronts] by the hundreds or even thousands and design them to appear to be selling genuine Beats products, while actually selling low-quality Counterfeit Beats Products to unknowing consumers."

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EU to rule on antitrust compliance of Apple-Beats deal by July 30

06/25, 11:00am

Could ask for concessions if deal thought to be too anti-competitive

Antitrust regulators with the European Commission will rule by July 30 whether or not Apple's $3 billion takeover of Beats can go ahead as planned, according to Reuters. The Commission has several options available: it can authorize the deal as signed, or ask for concessions -- such as divestiture -- if it's determined that the buyout would give Apple too much industry control. In a worst-case scenario, the Commission could launch an investigation that might even scuttle the acquisition.

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Briefly: Scosche's smartBox sync cable, FIFA bans Beats from matches

06/19, 3:09am

Scosche announces smartBox retractable charge and sync cable for Lightning, micro USB devices

Electronic accessories company Scosche has announced the availability of its new dual syncing cable, the smartBox. Composed of a two-in-one setup, the retractable charge and sync cable can connect to devices with Lighting or micro USB devices. The cable can extend outwards up to three feet, and its sliding adapters allows for the switch between Lighting and micro USB connectivity. Priced at $25, the Scosche smartBox is available for purchase online.

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Beats debuts Powerbeats2 Wireless earbuds

06/12, 10:21am

Fitness-oriented Bluetooth audio

Apple-owned Beats has announced a new edition of its Powerbeats earbuds, the Powerbeats2 Wireless. The buds connect to any Bluetooth-capable device, and are said to have been designed with help from NBA player LeBron James. They're consequentially more fitness-oriented, with rubberized hooks to keep them in place while walking or running.

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LeBron James may net $30 million on Apple's Beats buyout

06/11, 9:07pm

Basketball star, Samsung pitchman owns fractional share of Beats

Unbeknowst to many, another minority-stake owner in Beats Electronics may be seeing a healthy payday when the Apple acquisition of the headphone, accessory and music service company goes through: basketball star and Samsung pitchman LeBron James. The Miami Heat star struck a deal back in 2008 to acquire a small stake in Beats in exchange for promoting its high-end headphones, ESPN reports, and could see a profit of more than $30 million in cash and stock according to sources.

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Wall Street Journal profiles Dr. Dre, compares style to Steve Jobs

06/06, 6:30pm

Music mogul relies heavily on gut instinct, highly opinionated, shuns publicity

The Wall Street Journal on Friday published a profile of hip-hop artist and producer Andre Young, better known as Dr. Dre -- whose company, Beats Electronics, has been sold to Apple for $3 billion, pending regulatory approval. The article paints Young as an obsessive, thoughtful talent who relies heavily on taste and instinct rather than market research, with one colleague describing the 49-year-old as a "cultural barometer" of what is in vogue, with great development skills and strong intuition.

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Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor no longer with Beats, report claims

06/02, 10:24am

Spokesperson puts story in doubt

Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor has left his position at Beats as chief creative officer, according to USA Today. The paper also suggests that one of the company's technology executives, Fredric Vinna, recently left for Spotify, while co-founder Ola Sars has gone to an unspecified Spotify-backed venture. A spokesperson representing Beats and Reznor insists that the report is inaccurate, but without mentioning which parts.

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Apple paid $2.5B for Beats' hardware, just $500M for Beats Music

05/30, 9:33am

Amount for Music may actually be in excess of service's value

In Apple's $3 billion takeover of Beats, $2.5 billion of that went towards the hardware division, while just $500 million was for Beats Music, according to the Wall Street Journal. Beats Music is a relatively new streaming service, having only launched in January.

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Beats refreshes Solo headphone with Solo2, shows Snarkitecture X Beats

05/29, 10:39am

Pair of new headphones feature larger dynamic range than predecessors

Recent Apple acquisition Beats has announced a pair of new headphones, both with a more dynamic, wider range of sound than previous releases. Unveiled today is a refresh of the Solo headphone -- the Solo2, and a collaboration with design firm Snarkitecture, the Snarkitecture X Beats.

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Eddy Cue talks Beats takeover, Apple product pipeline at Code

05/29, 10:01am

Claims best products in 25 years due in 2014

Speaking yesterday at the Code Conference, Apple's senior VP of Internet software and services, Eddy Cue -- joined by Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine -- offered an explanation of the company's $3 billion buyout of Beats, and also discussed Apple's upcoming product pipeline. He noted that a deal for Beats and/or the people behind it has been in development for a decade, and that together the two companies should be able to speed up products that are being kept secret.

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Opinion: In defense of Apple's EarPods

05/29, 8:25am

Apple EarPods provide a great listening experience at small cost

The ink hasn't even dried on Apple's acquisition of Beats and Dr Dre (Andre Young) and Jimmy Iovine, both newly anointed executives at Apple have already made a public gaffe a piece. Firstly, we saw Dr Dre quaffing Heineken beer and bragging about the deal before it was made official. Then just late yesterday, in an interview with Walt Mossberg at the Code Conference, Jimmy Iovine publicly criticized Apple's pre-packaged headphones (its EarPods) as being for little more than "to see if the sound [on the device] works." While it might have been a casual off-handed quip, it wouldn't have amused the team responsible for developing Apple's EarPods. Nor is it something you would ever expect hear coming from an Apple executive, indicating that this union may take a little while to become fully settled.

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Cook comments on Beats buy: Android, Windows apps to continue

05/28, 6:47pm

Notes that Beats' music service got subscription 'right'

In a memo to employees following Apple's $3 billion acquisition of Beats Music and Beats Electronics, CEO Tim Cook has described the purchase as a way to "make our incredible iTunes lineup even better, extending the emotional connection our customers have with music." He also made note of the fact that Apple felt the way Beats music, while a fledgling service, had handled the concept of subscriptions, calling it "just right."

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Apple officially buys Beats for $3B; Iovine, Dr. Dre to make leap

05/28, 5:02pm

Beats co-founders to take unannounced Apple jobs

Following weeks of rumors, Apple has confirmed plans to buy Beats Electronics in a deal worth $3 billion. That figure includes an upfront payout of $2.6 billion, and a remaining $400 million that will vest over time. The purchase includes Beats' hardware and streaming music divisions, and co-founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre (Andre Young) will join Apple in unspecified job roles.

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Value of Apple's Beats buyout value allegedly drops to $3 billion

05/28, 10:02am

Deal could be announced by end of week

Apple has lowered its asking price for Beats Electronics to $3 billion, but is in a position to announce a deal by the end of the week, according to sources for the New York Post. The original $3.2 billion figure is said to have been touted prematurely. "Apple hadn't even begun its due diligence process when news of the number came out," one source is quoted as saying.

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Report: Apple's alleged Beats buyout deal fragile, could disintegrate

05/23, 10:56am

Source says Apple after talent, cultural cachet still happening, but was close to disintegrating

Apple is indeed still planning to buy Beats Electronics, according to unnamed sources, but the deal has allegedly almost fallen apart several times. The person claims that there is a "70 percent certainty" the buyout will happen. Notably, the person claims that Apple isn't after Beats Music, speakers, or headphones, but rather talent and cultural cachet. "[Apple] wants Jimmy [Iovine] and they want [Dr.] Dre," the person says. "[Iovine]'s got fashion and culture completely locked up."

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