You my remember when Apple first unleashed their own social network, that they named Ping but since it’s launch it has hardly been one of the company’s biggest products, as such Apple has decided to cut the cord on the service, which once used to share to your iTunes friends what you where listening to, as well as what you like and even telling you which artists you should be listening to and when you can do so live.

June was the first time that we seen a hint of the service being disbanded, after Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook mentioned that, “The customer voted and said, ‘This [Ping] isn’t something that I want to put a lot of energy into’.”

But this isn’t the end of a social network completely from iTunes, as when the 11th version hits the web later this month, you will be able to share your music via Twitter or Facebook.

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