Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Found "Buy Radio Buttons" on iPad with iOS 6.1 Jailbreak

9to5mac's friends have discovered something interesting watching Jailbreak your iPad with freshly made ​​and iFunBox application. They have discovered a new set of files in iPad's Music application. These files are named as "radio button" and have an icon that looks like the radio icon that used to use in iTunes for Mac application current iPad music, as you know, has no radio functionality, so the first we can think after seeing this discovery is that Apple could add to iTunes streaming radio for the iPad. Jailbreak The iPhone does not contain these files in the Music application.

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Discovered buttons "Buy radio" on a Jailbroken iPad

Even more interesting is that the name of these files are labeled buttons "buy (buy)" in the file name, which could mean a new and exciting functionality. We have heard various rumors about the possibility that Apple launch its own streaming music service Spotify-style or Pandora. Bloomberg even dared to predict that this service would be launched in Q1 2013. According to this publication, executives at Universal Music Group, Warner Music Groups Corp and Sony's music division, met with Apple in the company's headquarters in Cupertino to discuss plans on launching a radio.

"Conversions are focused in part on how to share advertising revenue. The agreement could be reached in mid-November, with the possibility that Apple start the service in the first three months of 2013, according to our sources. "

According to Bloomberg, "with music sales down slowly, Apple and the record companies are seeking new ways for consumers to discover and purchase digital music."

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If we think, the iPod Nano has always had the ability to play FM radio and shopping tagged songs in iTunes on the iPod.

"If you're listening to a radio station that supports iTunes Tagging, you can tag the song you're listening to and get the preview to buy it later at the iTunes store. The songs can be tagged are marked with a tag icon next to the song title or the Now Playing screen. "

So if we take the buttons found in the literal sense, Apple may be planning to offer the sale of music stations based on particular songs, artists or genres. If Bloomberg's report is correct, do not take long to find out.

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