Apple are continuing their spree of growing power and perceived legitimacy – following on from acquiring Zane Lowe, plus a number of Radio 1 producers, from the BBC (which really started with the purchase of Beats Music); reportedly, according to the New York Post, they're offering Drake $19 million to appear as a guest DJ for soon-to-be-revamped iTunes Radio. (There he is above, wearing an Apple Watch).

Others, such as Pharrell Williams and David Guetta, are also being pursued by Apple ahead of its Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco next week.

Apparently iTunes Radio will begin with a three-month free trial before a $10 per month subscription fee kicks in.

But we'll have to wait until 8th June for more official news from the WWDC.