Apple Inc (AP.N) is delaying the launch of its podcast subscription service until June after some podcast creators experienced delays in their shows after uploading, according to an email seen by Reuters.
Apple in April said it was launching a service that would let podcast creators charge for their shows, with Apple collecting a 30% commission for the first year of a subscription. And after that the commission is reduced to 15%, similar to the App Store.
The service was originally scheduled to begin this month.
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