Cupertino-centered smartphone heavy weight Apple has unleashed its latest iOS, version 8.4. The update comes up with a plethora of fresh attributes. The pick of the eye are the Apple Music and a number of bug fixes to the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. These changes will be loaded onto the iPhone 4S and later models, and iPad 2 and later.
The much-awaited and most talked feature is the Apple Music service, which is music streaming service available on pay. The service is offered free of cost initially for three months, after that, user will have to pay $9.99 each month in order to reach and listen to their favorite music tracks.
A pivotal segment of it is Beats 1, which is referred to as a global, 24-hour radio service which enables user to get access to shows, exclusive interviews and music. Users can also develop their very own radio stations or sign-in to current ones. Because of these declarations, the iOS Music app has been aggressively remodeled and revamped in a bid to include the fresh features.
The other notable features comprise mainly bug fixes along with a couple of considerable additions here and there. iBooks now includes audiobooks and “Made for iBooks” on the iPhone. Subscribers can also put their order for a particular book in a series beforehand in advance.
Earlier there was some problems with GPS apps, which is now being solved by deleted Watch apps to reinstall themselves automatically.
This latest update will last till the arrival of next Apple operating system, the iOS 9, presumably this autumn.