Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off the conference by providing an alternative to everyone's favorite music streaming service. It's called Apple Music.
For any tech-savvy Siri users out there, you can now activate your Apple Music just by talking to her.
Jimmy Iovine, the co-founder of Beats Electronic, introduced the service on Monday. The cost is going to be between $10-$15 a month.
Along with a 24-hour radio station and an on-demand music streaming service, there is also a forum called "Connect." It will allow artists to share content with their fans.