Apple plans to seed iOS 8.4 Golden Master (GM), which has traditionally been release candidate software application, to registered developers today ahead of the Apple Music launch on June 30, reports BGR. iOS 9 beta 2 is likewise supposedly arranged for release today, although it is possible that the release date is pushed back by one week to next Monday, June 29.
The iOS 8.4 GM will certainly prosper iOS 8.4 beta 4 and will probably be the last pre-release variation before the software application update is publicly released. Apple Music for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch requires iOS 8.4, so the upgrade ought to be released for all users within the next eight days, with the new streaming music service built into the revamped stock Music app.


Apple Music was announced previously this month as an all-in-one streaming music service, live worldwide radio station and social platform for artists to connect with fans. The subscription-based service will certainly cost $$ 9.99 per month after a three-month complimentary trial for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and PC. Apple TV and Android versions of the service will certainly be offered in the fall.

Update: BGR‘s report proved incorrect as Apple seeded iOS 9 beta 2 on Tuesday and has yet to release the iOS 8.4 GM.

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