mercredi 1 juillet 2015

Apple iOS 8.4 and Music are available

Great news for those who expected Apple finally launches its streaming offer through subscription: iOS 8.4 is available, and embarks with him Apple Music and free radio station Beats 1 (as well as several free premium channels themselves, too), which the first music programs have just begun (read:  Apple Music, la musique par abonnement ). The Music application has indeed been completely redesigned to accommodate the new Apple service, which is integrated directly into iOS. The price, as announced at WWDC, is 9.99 € per month, but you have the opportunity to experience Apple Music free for three months.

To install this version of iOS, you simply go to the settings on your iPhone or iPad, then click on "General" and "Software update". The update of the mobile system from Apple then you should be proposed. If this is not the case or if your iOS device does not have enough space to perform the update, you will need to go through iTunes and connect your device to your computer using a cable. Note that iOS 8.4 brings support for Apple Music but also various software patches that fix bugs and allow a better stability of your iPhone or iPad. The installation is recommended even if you do not intend to use the Apple streaming service.

Update 6:41 p.m.:
Music runs on Apple Mac but requires version 12.2 of iTunes, which is not yet available ... Hopefully Apple will not wait too long!

Update 6:47 p.m.:
The Beats 1 program is now published on a  Tumblr page. Big names in music are on the program for the next days!

Update 0:59:
iTunes 12.2 is available! To install, go to the Mac App Store, available in the Apple menu in the top left of your screen.