Apple is deferring the launch of its upcoming Podcasts subscriptions until June, the organization declared in an email shipped off makers Friday (through 9to5Mac). The assistance was recently set to launch this month.
Apple’s Podcasts subscriptions will permit individuals to buy in to taking part podcasts to get additional advantages like ad-free listening or early access to episodes. In April, Apple said the subscriptions would launch in 170 nations, and that initial partners incorporate Pushkin Industries and NPR.
The moved launch comes as certain makers utilizing Apple Podcasts have recently run into certain issues, for example, being not able to sign in to Apple’s Podcast Connect portal or seeing a postponement in the accessibility of new episodes. In its email sent Friday, Apple said it has fixed the “disruptions” that introduced issues.