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| September 10, 2013
Apple Refreshes iTunes Radio In Preparation For A Demo During Today's Event
Moments ago, Apple refreshed the "Featured Stations" in its iTunes Radio music streaming service, in a move likely made in preparation for an on-stage demonstration during today's special event. As 9to5Mac observes, new stations now include Spin the Globe, Trending on Twitter, iTunes Top 100: Pop, and the Pepsi-sponsored Pulse #Now (as pictured above). In the iOS Music app, Featured Stations appear at the top of the iTunes Radio interface, and provide users with collections of tracks to listen to. As a reminder, iTunes Radio can be accessed free of charge in an ad-supported version, however iTunes Match subscribers will be able to enjoy the service ad-free. Apple's event is set to begin at 10 a.m. PDT, and our coverage will kick-off one hour earlier. In the meantime, see: Walmart Launches Its Own Unimpressive Smartphone Trade-In Program, It Begins As Apple Store Goes Offline, and More Evidence Of Graphite And Champagne Colored iPhone 5S Hits The Web.