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Apple cancels annual London music festival

Wednesday 6 September 2017 | 10:48 CET | News
Apple has cancelled its annual London music festival after 10 years, reports The Guardian. The event launched in 2007 as the iTunes festival and rebranded as the Apple Music festival in 2015. The move comes as the company focuses on creating its own content, as well as hosting music, films and TV to stream and purchase. 

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple
Countries: United Kingdom / World
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