Taylor Swift's World Tour video now available exclusively from Apple Music

Taylor Swift's World Tour video now available exclusively from Apple Music
Last week, we told you that Taylor Swift's "The 1989 World Tour Live" video would debut Sunday as an exclusive on Apple Music. The concert was filmed November 28th at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia. Besides the concert, the video shows rehearsals for the show along with other backstage shenanigans. 76,000 were in the stands watching the concert.

As it turned out, the debut of the video yesterday did not go smoothly for Apple Music and its subscribers. There were reports of devices crashing; those who did get the video to show up on their screen complained that it would keep stopping every few minutes. And that was only mentioned by those who were lucky enough to find the video on their iPhone or iPad, and get it to start. Many turned to social media to report the problems they were having.

Toward the end of the day, the complaints started slowing down. Hopefully, Apple will have everything running smoothly today. The video is free to Apple Music subscribers. If you haven't used your free three month trial, and you're a fan of Swift, now might be a good time to sign up.

source: TheVerge via RedmondPie


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