Apple has confirmed that it is working with Sonos to make the Apple music service available on the connected speaker.
Recently, Apple Music senior director Ian Rogers has twitted about integration with Sonos for Apple Music as soon as possible. But the latest tweet according to the Buzzfeed suggests that, Apple has confirmed to integrate Apple music with Sonos.
The tweet also confirmed that, Apple Music will be made available for connected speaker by the end of this year.
However, Beats Music did have a native support with popular internet-connected speaker system. But, there is no announcements about a partnership with Apple Music so far.
Meanwhile, in early June, a Sonos representative said, "Sonos will not have Apple Music on it at launch but we fully expect to support them when they're ready to focus on the home listening experience. Right now they're fully focused on mobile."
At the moment, Apple Music users will have to use a workaround with connected Apple TV or Airport Express to get the audio streaming off their Mac, iPhone or iPad into the Sonos.
Furthermore, Apple has signed deals with two major indie music rights holders: Beggars Group and Merlin Network, which represents over 20,000 indie labels and distributors. The deal happens just about when Apple agreed to pay artists on a per-stream basis during the free streaming music. Apple is all set to launch its music service on 30 June.