It's being reported today that one month after Apple unveiled Apple Music, they've locked in 11 million trial members. Apple was happy to make those numbers available to USA TODAY and yet continue to refuse to be that up front about their Apple Watch sales.
Reports in Digital Music News and other outlets that monitor streaming music have indicated Apple's intent to dominate streaming music - with a goal of 100 million subscribers, or double the total of all current services combined - despite its late entry into the field.
This fall, Apple will unveil Apple Music for Android users in beta, part of CEO Tim Cook's pledge to be platform agnostic with the service.
Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet software and services told USA Today that Apple is "thrilled with the numbers so far," adding that of that sum 2 million have opted for the more lucrative family plan at $14.99 a month for up to six people.
Along with the upbeat Apple Music news, Cue says "we're aware that some users have experienced some issues, and we hate letting them down, but we're releasing updates as fast as we can to address those issues."