Apple changes its policy after Taylor Swift’s open letter

Apple changes its policy after Taylor Swift’s open letter

Apple Music changed its payment policy just a day after Taylor Swift stated in an open letter to the company that she was withholding her album 1989.

Apple Music changed its payment policy just a day after Taylor Swift stated in an open letter to the company that she was withholding her album 1989.

Recently, the famous singer decided to speak out about her disappointment with the three-month free trial offered to subscribers in an open letter to the company.

It took just one day for Apple to reverse its payment policy. The spokesperson for the company stated that artists to be paid for music during trial periods.

Hours after Swift’s letter posted to her Tumblr, Apple Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue posted tweet that the company heard the singer.

Cue admitted that Taylor’s complaints as well as complaints from other artists motivated Apple to agree to the changes.

I did reach out to Taylor today, and talked to her, and let her know that we heard her concerns, and wanted her to know that we were making changes.
She was thrilled to hear from us and that we were making the change, and we were grateful for that

– stated the Apple executive Cue in the interview with the RE/CODE Sunday night.

Swift responded to the Apple statement early Monday after her show in Amsterdam, tweeting:

But it hasn’t been clear yet whether Taylor allows Apple Music to stream her 1989 album or not, when it launches next week.

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