We’re in the early stages of the battle against Apple Music, and the tech company is taking things slowly, using its ad blocker to block ads.
The company’s chief marketing officer, Kevin Wexler, told Recode that it’s been working on a new feature to address this issue, and he hopes it will be ready in time for the launch of the company’s new streaming service, which is slated for a November launch.
“The way the ad blocker works, if you’re not using an ad blocker, you’ll get ads from Apple,” he said.
“So, if an app is in the store, we have a way to prevent that ad from showing up.”
He added that he was still working out how the new ad blocking will work, but it will allow the app to work in the background without any need for users to enable ad blockers.
“We’ve had this problem with ads for quite a while,” he told Recine.
“The ad blocker will just tell you that you can’t see it.
And you can see ads, but the ads aren’t working.
I can’t wait to get out there and have this conversation with our audience.” “
I’m very excited about this.
I can’t wait to get out there and have this conversation with our audience.”
The new feature will allow Apple to take ads from its apps, such as Maps and News, and redirect them to its music library.
Wexlers comments on the change came after he spoke with Recode’s Kara Swisher about the future of Apple Music.
“We want to be able to listen to our music in the most natural way possible,” he stated.
“If you have a device with the right audio hardware, you can listen to music that way.
We’re not the only company doing it, and there’s a bunch of companies that are doing it. “
But the thing is, we’ve been able to do it for quite some time.
We’re not the only company doing it, and there’s a bunch of companies that are doing it.
It’s been a long road.
It will be exciting to see what we do.”