Apple hints at the arrival of its Music app on game consoles

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A few days ago, users noticed that the Apple Music application icon has appeared in the PlayStation 5’s music menu, although there is no such application. Now, Apple’s official website hints that its subscription music platform will soon appear on “game consoles.”

Tom Warren, the senior editor at the Verge, found that Apple recently updated a web page to promote Apple Music’s special offers when purchasing new AirPods or Beats products. At the bottom of the page, there is a section where users can listen to Apple Music.


In addition to Apple devices, smart TVs, and even streaming media devices, the webpage also mentions that Apple Music can be used on “game consoles”. However, no game console currently supports the Apple Music app.

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Interestingly, Apple later updated this page again, but this time removed the statement that the Apple Music app is available on game consoles. Although Apple didn’t mention specific devices, the Apple Music app is likely to be released on consoles like PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

Earlier this year, it was reported that Apple was also developing new Apple Music and Podcasts applications for the Microsoft Store. This means Xbox users may soon get an Apple Music app as well.

Apple has provided Apple TV applications for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox series, so it is logical to provide Apple Music application services for game consoles.

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