There are rumors that Apple could remove the Ping service in the next major release of iTunes which will be formalized in the fall with the launch of the iOS 6.
Since its introduction in 2010, the net work music social "Made in Cupertino" has not encountered é a big hit among its users and the service is even declining. Enter the kingdom of the social network is not easy in recent years with the dominance of Facebook and Twitter.
Apple has even been a candidate for the redemption of Instagram but it's good Facebook who has won again and according to some sources, it appears that the Cupertino company has de cided to remove the service next Ping iTunes.
In its report on the conference of May with Tim Cook, Apple CEO stated that Ping was in need of a makeover and also stated that in future products would benefit from greater integration of social ... promise was kept with the Facebook integration in iOS 6.
Steve Jobs had presented himself as Ping I quote, "a sort of Facebook and Twitter. "At the time of presentation, the critics were divided on this product in its infancy, but looked promising with more than one million registered in the first 48 hours.
However over time the e lan s' Ping is slowed and quickly became a separate project for Apple with the idea now seems to be s support on the social network of other well known companies like Twitter and Facebook, which claim a large number of customers.