The official Apple Music website has been updated recently, revealing an intriguing detail: video game consoles are among the devices that are officially compatible with Apple Music. The mention has since vanished, but the clue is still there.
Apple Music on PlayStation and Xbox? Of course
Since this comes directly from the official website, we can suspect that Apple Music is preparing official apps for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, at the very least. At 9to5Mac they are also betting on an app on the PlayStation 4, given that it is still difficult to get hold of one of the latest generation consoles due to the scarcity of components.
In the same way that other Apple services such as Apple TV+ have, Apple Music would integrate naturally on these consoles. Many of these devices are linked to a TV with a decent sound system, so you may listen to Apple Music songs in the living room without having to utilize AirPlay.
Cupertino already understands that when it comes to services, you must be compatible with as many platforms as possible, regardless of how hostile your rivals are. The future for Apple Music is bright, and these applications can help you take advantage of it.