The big news for iOS 8.4 is Apple Music, but there's a long list of tweaks and fixes to iBooks and more in the latest iOS update.
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Apple released iOS 8.4 this morning, bringing enhancements and fixes to the mobile OS and the launch of Apple's new music-streaming service, Apple Music. You can update now by going to Software Update and starting the download on your iOS devices.
We already know that iOS 9 is coming this fall, so this release from Apple is about getting Apple Music out to the masses, along with new enhancements in iBooks and several other tweaks that should make iOS run more smoothly.
The big news for .4 is undoubtedly the launch of Apple Music, Apple's new streaming service that lets you listen to music from any genre, or a live global radio stream via Beats 1. It also has a social component that lets everyone from famous artists to everyday musicians share their music and thoughts with other people on the service.
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