In a software update slated Friday (Sept. 7), Apple Music will reportedly introduce 116 “top 100” charts, displaying the top-streamed songs on its streaming platform.
In a demo to Rolling Stone, there will be one global chart and a top 100 chart for every country in which Apple Music is available (grouped together under the platform’s “Browse” tab and have a similar visual appearance to that of playlists or albums, notes reporter Amy X. Wang). Each chart is expected to be updated daily, at 12 a.m. PT.
Broader updates to Apple’s software and hardware products are expected at the company’s Sept. 12 special event.
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