Looks like we shouldn't be holding our breath over a music subscription service from Apple anytime soon. Responding to several rumors swirling of late that an iTunes subscription offering could be available in as early as six months, Apple CEO Steve Jobs told Reuters he has no immediate plans for such.

"Never say never, but customers don't seem to be interested in it," he says. That's a far cry from his earlier condemnation of the subscription model, so the possibility of an Apple subscription service in the future has not been ruled out.

Record labels reportedly were planning to press Apple to adopt the monthly subscription model as part of the music licensing negotiations currently underway with Apple for the iTunes service.