As we know many artists release their albums in iTunes first, as iTunes is now a platform where a user of Apple products must buy a new album by spending some cash.
In these circumstances, Taylor Swift fans who were hoping to watch the pop singer’s concert on Apple Music on Sunday were instead greeted by “Blank Space.”
This superstar’s concert documentary “The 1989 World Tour Live” was supposed to go live on December 20th, but the premiere of the film wasn’t as smooth as the tech giant would have liked, because it is exclusive to the Apple Music platform.
This was meant to be available for viewing on iPads, iPhones, iPod touch, Macs and PCs with iTunes and Apple TV but the sad part is fans were met with crashes and glitchy streaming when they tried to watch the movie in their gadget. Some fans did not find the movie at all. Last Sunday morning, Apple Music Help used its twitter account to field the customer-service requests which came continuously from frustrated customers from the story.
This goes to show, that just like the message in some of Taylor Swift’s songs, sometimes no matter how much you try, things just don’t work out.