Amazon is reportedly set to unveil a new streaming music service called Spotify Premium, which will debut in 2018.
The move is a move that could pave the way for the company to launch an audio streaming service that is both similar to Spotify and as similar to Apple Music as possible.
The service will reportedly launch with a $10-per-month subscription to Apple music that will include access to music from Spotify.
The pricing and availability of Spotify Premium is still being finalized, but it will reportedly come in a premium bundle with an Apple Music subscription.
It is unclear how much Spotify Premium will cost or how it will differentiate itself from Apple Music.
Apple Music is free to use on the iPhone and iPad, and Spotify is a subscription service that can be purchased for $9.99 per month.
The only difference between Spotify Premium and Apple Music will be that Spotify will be available in both the US and the UK, where the service has a free tier.
Spotify was founded in 2014 by two brothers, Sam Feldstein and John Stultz, who have since merged with his wife, Kara, and their company.
Feldstein’s brother, Jon, is also the founder and CEO of Beats Music, and Stultz has served as a director of the company.