Apple is planning to completely overhaul its Apple Music streaming service this summer, and is expected to unveil the changes at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, according to reports from Bloomberg and 9to5Mac.

The service was originally launched last summer, but has been met with mostly lackluster reviews. The update will introduce a new user interface, a handful of new functions including 3D Touch support, and a general streamlining of the service to make it more intuitive to use.

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