iPhone maker said to be talking streaming services with the snazzy headphones creator.
Apple's iTunes Store has experienced massive success and it recently sold its 25 billionth song, while downloads average at 15,000 a minute.
That said, Spotify and co continue to show streaming is an increasingly popular means of listening to music, and Apple is once again rumoured to be expressing interest at leaping into the space, according to Reuters.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook and internet products chief Eddy Cue reportedly had a meeting with Beats CEO Jimmy Iovine to discuss the latter's forthcoming Project Daisy music subscription service, which recently secured $60m funding for a late 2013 launch.
The exec trio traded 'information' across a number of music-related topics, which likely included iTunes figures and perhaps how they can remix the streaming space.
The news douses water all over a recent rumour that suggested an Apple ad-supported music service could be released in Q1. Still, there's just over three weeks left to meet the deadline...