Apple launches iOS 8.4 with Apple Music
Apple has released iOS 8.4 to the public, and with it, the Apple Music streaming music service. The service allows users to stream music an unlimited number of tracks on-demand from the iTunes catalog, brings along Beats 1, a live radio station broadcasting globally 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and introduces Connect, a new way for artists and their fans to interact.
You can find Apple Music in the brand new Music app. You’ll have the option to sign up for either an individual account for $9.99 per month, or a family account, which allows up to six people to share a subscription for $14.99. These charges will come into effect, however, only after your free, three-month trial. If you sign up today, that should end on September 30, 2015.
iOS 8.4 also fixes a number of issues that have cropped up.
For more on how to make the most of the new Music app, with an Apple Music subscription or not, check out our ultimate guide.
You can download the update either over-the-air on your iPhone and iPad, or through iTunes.