Apple Music: Twitter Reacts with Questions, Jokes

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Tim Cook, chief executive officer at Apple Inc., speaks during the keynote of the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Monday, June 10, 2013. Apple Inc. introduced a new music-streaming service along with sweeping changes to the software powering iPhones and iPads, seeking to blunt the advance of Google Inc.s Android mobile operating system.

Apple Music has finally come from behind the curtain placed over it when the tech giant bought the still-nascent Beats Music streaming service last year. Listeners are being offered the same price point as Spotify ($9.99 per month, plus a cheaper, family plan option) for millions of streaming songs, as well as all-day and all-night radio, run by BBC Radio star alum Zane Lowe, a social media platform for artists to keeps fans in the loop (a dubious feature, considering Apple's previous outing) and a curatorial layer over all of that was overseen by Trent Reznor.

How is the Internet -- classically level-headed -- reacting? Let's take a look.

Test Driving Apple Music: Learning Your Taste, Expanding On It


BBC Radio 1 producer Gary Bales was excited at the prospect of a challenge:


Writer Ken Nguyen pointed out that...


Critic Al Shipley used Billboard's headline to put rap in general on blast:


Many people clowned:


And many had questions:


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