iOS 8.4.1 is out, but it may not fix all your Apple Music woes

14 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Apple Music bugs squashed in iOS 8.4.1 release.

Apple Music users have been moaning about the bug-ridden service since its debut in iOS 8.4 at the end of June. According to the TechCrunch, Apple released iOS update (8.4.1) to reduce the general errors and improve performance of Apple Music and Beats 1, mainly addressing an issue that prevented some of users from accessing their iCloud Music Library. The size of the update is 55MB to 58MB, and it’s compatible with all iPhones and iPads capable of running iOS 8. iOS 9 was unveiled at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June, and improves the overall performance of iOS, according to Apple, rather than stuffing loads of new features onto iPhones and iPads. The software is available now in public beta and does bring some new features, including Apple’s revamped Maps application, a battery saver mode, a split-screen multitasking view for iPad users and a revamp of Siri that makes the digital assistant more “proactive” than before.

Apple is likely to reveal when iOS 9 will see a full release at its rumoured 9 September launch event, at which it’s also tipped to announce the iPhone 7. µ

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