If we learned anything from the riveting 1980′s drama Footloose, it’s that music (and dance) should be available everywhere. So when Google announced its subscription service, Google Play Music All Access, and made it an Android-only affair, more than a few iOS users were bummed.
But never fear, Apple acolytes, because one third-party developer has quickly compiled zeros and ones so anyone with an iPhone, iPod touch or an iPad can enjoy Google’s All Access subscription music service. The gMusic app already plays the songs you’ve uploaded to Google Music. But after hearing Google announce All Access last week at I/O, developer James Clancey spent the weekend banging out an update to support the subscription service. Clancey submitted the app to the iTunes App Store this morning.
After visiting the tech giant’s Asian suppliers, a Jefferies analyst concludes that “preproduction issues” could cause mass production delays on the majority of Apple’s mobile devices.
As Samsung, Google, and Microsoft forge ahead with smartphones, smartwatches, and other smart devices, Apple could be experiencing production delays across the board.
According to Jefferies analyst Peter Misek, who recently visited Apple’s Asian suppliers, the rumored iPhone 5S will most likely be delayed. It’s previously been said that the device would hit stores by July. Misek also said that the possible low-cost iPhone launch could be pushed to this year’s fourth quarter and an iPhone 6 probably wouldn’t come out until 2014.