If a company were to remain static in terms of its development, then it would be a real shame and pity, as other competitors would then overshadow and overtake it. Apple has more or less tried to remain at the forefront of things all these years, and this is why they are way up there in terms of market capitalization. Having said that, they have also ensured that their software as well as hardware get the necessary refreshes from time to time, and it is the iOS’ turn to obtain an update soon. Word has it that Apple will kick off seeding of its iOS 8.4 at 8AM Pacific time this coming Tuesday, June 30, which is a change from the typically Apple routine that seeded iOS updates at 10AM Pacific time in the past.
What is the whole reason for doing so? Basically, Apple wants to enable users to be able to experience the launch of the Beats 1 streaming radio station – how sweet of them. The latter will kick off streaming at 9AM Pacific time on Tuesday as well.
Just in case you were living in a cave somewhere on a deserted island for the past few months, here is what you need to know about the upcoming iOS 8.4. iOS 8.4 is said to deliver Apple Music to the mobile operating system platform, where interested users can then enjoy premium music streaming (Apple Music) without having to fork out a single cent for the first three months – and from then on, the service will cost $9.99 per month, per user.