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Apple’s website hints at Apple Music app to Gaming consoles

Many PS5 owners reported seeing the Apple Music streaming service on their consoles but none were able to access the app. Apple has dropped a hint, that seems to all-but-confirm the speculation.

Tom Warren, Apple updated a webpage that offers new subscribers six months free Apple Music when they buy a pair of Airpods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max or selected Beats headphones.

Apple mentions that Apple Music is available on gaming consoles. Apple swiftly updated the page, leaving no trace of its little slip-up. The screenshot of the FAQ was all over Twitter.Apple Music is not currently available for any games consoles. But when you join the dots, it does seem that we could be about to see streaming service take a bow on the PS5 and perhaps even PS4.

After all, Sony and Apple are already working in concert; Sony began ramping up plans to bring its biggest PlayStation franchises to the iPhone in March, while Apple began offering PS5 owners six months of free Apple TV back in July.

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