The first beta ofiOS 9 are already available (read: iOS 9 beta 1 & OS X 10.11 El Capitan beta 1 available & iOS 9 beta 2 available on iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch), but a new version ofiOS 8 is about to see the light of day. Tomorrow (Tuesday June 30) at 5 p.m. Apple will release iOS 8.4, an update that will bring major new features. The first being the arrival ofApple Music, and the second, the launch of Beats 1.
As we know, Apple Music is the music streaming service of the Californian firm (read: Keynote WWDC 2015: Apple announces Apple Music). He proposes, in the manner of Deezer or from Spotify, full and unlimited access to a large catalog of albums and songs. There are more than 30 million songs to listen to on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
For its beginnings, Apple Music will be offered free for a 3-month trial period. At the end of these 90 days (or even before), the user can choose between two paid formulas: 9.99 euros per user per month, or 14.99 euros per family (6 members maximum) and per month (read: Apple Music: what prices in France?).
At 6 p.m., La Pomme will lift the veil on Beats 1, Apple Music radio. She will accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, free access. We will be entitled to a musical stream, and perhaps even to chronicles. At the same time, Apple will inaugurate Connect, its social platform for artists. They will be able to share photos, videos or statuses with their fans. We are impatiently awaiting the first feedback from users!