Some developers expected iOS 9 beta 2 to release yesterday, as with the previous launch patterns, but this didn’t happen and it’s now likely we will see iOS 9 beta 2 along with the OS X 10.10.4 and iOS 8.4 public update next week. This would add support for Apple Music to iOS 8.4 and of course unless iOS 9 beta 2 arrives for download today, then it’s clear Apple will bring the beta and iOS 8.4 to public at the same time next week.
Apple Music has been confirmed for launch on June 30, 2015. There was always the chance that beta 2 of Apple’s latest mobile operating system wouldn’t follow the release cycle last year, especially due to the Apple Music app full launch at the end of this month.
Are you looking forward to finally seeing the iOS 8.4 update live? We saw iOS users demanding the iOS 8.4 update during WWDC 2015, rather than iOS 9 due to problems some people are experiencing. While the wait has been longer than some people wanted, it’s clear we are at the final hurdle with a download expected by June 30.
OS X Yosemite update on June 30 – it’s not now just possible to see the public release of OS X 10.10.4 on June 30, but following iOS 9 beta 2 skipping its expected release yesterday, it’s more likely than ever that 10.10.4, iOS 9 beta 2, and iOS 8.4 will all bring new Music app support at the same time next week.
What’s Apple Music app? If you been living under a rock, or don’t follow Apple news, then you might not know about Apple’s new Music app. If this is the case, then take a look at the video below to learn all about it and how it’s going to change music listening for millions of Apple OS users around the world.