Apple's jaw dropping acquisition of Beats Audio earlier this year had many purists speculate the future of Beats. Seems like Apple is all set to make Beats Music App a default one in iOS from next year. Apple payed a hefty $3 billion, and since then, the company has wasted little time in improving and updating its new subsidiary’s range of products and services. As well as the few new pair of headphones that have surfaced since the takeover, the Beats Music subscription service has been a major topic of conversation, and with Apple looking to use its vast iTunes catalog as leverage in the battle of the modern digital music portals, it looks like the Beats Music app will become a part of the stock repertoire early next year. According to Financial Times, sources have it that the app can make an appearance as early as March next year. Beats will, however remain a paid subscription service, although could be rebranded to identify better with Apple and iTunes. Apple is also reportedly in talks to cut down the subscription costs by half in an effort to compete with giants like Pandora, Spotify etc. If rumors are true, iTunes Radio may get the gallows and the Beats / iTunes combo become Apple's sole offering for music lovers. What do you think? Is Apple doing the right thing by killing of iTunes Radio or will this grave error of re-branding Beats cost Apple in the long run? Tell us in the comments below!