Apple music isn't the only thing Apple is launching on Tuesday.
I am Dan Graziano filling in for Bridget Carey, and this is your CNET update.
A new version of the operating system for iPhones and iPads is being released on Tuesday.
Apple executives have said that IOS8.4 will be released at 8am Pacific Time.
11 A.M. Eastern, and include the Beats One radio station, and Apple Music, which costs $10 a month to listen to unlimited music on demand.
When you pay for Apple Music, you can also load 25,000 of your personal songs you bought elsewhere into the service and mix and match it with your streaming playlist.
These could be songs that maybe Apple doesn't already have in its streaming library.
You know, like the Beatles for example, in the fall when [UNKNOWN] comes out you'll be able to add up to a hundred thousand songs.
If this all sounds familiar to you, it's maybe cause you used it before in iTunes [UNKNOWN] service.
As for apple's beats one radio station, it will be just like a normal radio station with live djs and advertisements And while it will be free, it will only be accessible to those users who are signed in with an Apple ID.
And looking forward, it seems the next iPhone could have a feature found in the Apple Watch.
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is putting Force Touch in the next iPhone model.
Force Touch can sense how much your pressing on the screen so it knows the difference between a light tap and a hard one.
The trackpad on the new MacBook computer also has a pressure sensor called, Force Click.
This lets you use Different touches to make different selections similar to how we use a right click on a PC to pull up different options.
And also in iPhone news the latest update to the main Facebook app for iPhones is now you can give your photos Snapchat-style effects.
Since Facebook couldn't buy Snapchat, it continues to copy the popular messaging service.
On IOS, when you select a photo to post, you can now swipe just like different filters and add text, stickers, and other effects just like you can on Snapchat.
Now its Facebook photos certainly are important in this world, but there's also news happening off our world.
SpaceX is facing another failed mission.
An unmanned SpaceX rocket exploded two minutes after launching on Sunday morning.
It was on mission to the International Space Station, carrying 4,000 pounds of equipment, supplies, and science gear.
Luckily, no one was injured.
And the astronauts aboard the space station still have enough supplies to get them through another four months.
So it's not a dire situation.
Among the gear destroyed in the explosion were two of Microsoft's hollow lens headsets.
These were being sent to find out if augmented reality could provide a virtual assistance during jobs.
Russia plans to send another craft on Friday to resupply the station.
That's it for this tech news roundup but there's always more at cnet.com from our studios in New York I'm Dan [UNKNOWN].
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