Apple Music makes much-anticipated debut with iOS 8.4 release

Apple Music makes much-anticipated debut with iOS 8.4 release 1

Apple Music makes much-anticipated debut with iOS 8.4 release

Apple has released iOS 8.4, and with it, Apple Music makes its much-anticipated debut within the redesigned Music app. Apple Music’s DJ-curated Beats 1 station will begin broadcasting at 12 p.m. Eastern time. The full scope of Apple Music features will eventually cost $10/month, but all the features are available to users free of charge for the first three months. iOS 8.4 also includes iBooks improvements and bug fixes.

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  1. The app itself’s redesign is ok I guess. The radio feature appears to be a bit sketchy with many users worldwide, including the U.S. reporting an error message pop up ‘unable to start the station’. Whether this is just initial teething issues, a software glitch or something else remains to be seen!!

  2. When the iphone was first released, Steve Jobs said that it was then Apple’s best iPod. Now it’s a mess. As it has evolved, the iPod/music app has become more “feature-packed,’ meaning more cluttered. There is now no way to have only the music I choose from my music library; apple radio and sharing are now woven into the app. Only by turning off apple music in the preferences app can that be done away with.PLEASE GIVE US THE CHOICE TO HAVE WHAT WE WANT IN OUR MUSIC APP

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