A new update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch was released today and it brings bug fixes for the company’s music streaming service, Apple Music, which was launched two months ago, along with iOS 8.4. The file has a size of 56.6MB and it can be downloaded over the air or from iTunes.
The previous version had a bug that prevented users from turning on iCloud Music Library in Apple Music, so the developers had to fix the issue as soon as possible.
Therefore, they released the iOS 8.4.1, which will be the last update until the arrival of iOS 9 in September. Apple will also release two new iPhones: 6S and 6S Plus, which will have the same screen sizes as the current models.
So, before upgrading to iOS 8.4.1, you should take a full back up of your data, because otherwise, it will be lost during the installation process.
Changes in iOS 8.4.1:
As we were saying, this update addressed some issues in Apple Music, fixing a bug that prevented some users from turning on iCloud Music Library, and besides that, there was another glitch that hid added music, because the service was set to show only offline music.
Now, the users can add songs to a new playlist they’re creating. Until now, if there weren’t any playlists to choose from, the users weren’t able to add new songs. This wasn’t actually a big problem, but the artwork for an album was displayed differently on other devices. The developers fixed this issue, along with the one that occurred when artists were posting to Connect.
Lastly, when listening to Beats 1, when the users tapped on Love, it didn’t work as expected, so this issue has been fixed.
Are you going to upgrade to iOS 8.4.1, or are you going to wait until iOS 9 will be launched in September?
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