News by Luke Jones on Monday June 29, 2015.
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Apple will be sending out its latest software update in the form of iOS 8.4, which will be landing on devices from tomorrow (June 30th). Of course, Cupertino recently announced iOS 9, but that will not land until this fall, so build 8.4 is as new as it gets at the moment. The big news with this update is that it comes with Apple's own music streaming service, Apple Music, which was showcased at WWDC recently.As well as the streaming service, Apple will also be launching Beats 1, its very own around the clock radio station. The station will start streaming in 100 nations around the world on Tuesday (June 30th) and will feature DJs like Zane Lowe in Los Angeles, Ebro Darden hosting from the Big Apple, and Julie Adenuga in London. Apple Music arrives with a three month free trial and thereafter it will be $9.99 per month for a single subscription, or $14.99 for a family subscription of six.
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