The other big piece of the iOS 8.4 puzzle is going to be the new streaming music service that's Apple reportedly launching at WWDC 2015.
Rumors have been flying around as of late though a new report from 9to5Mac outlines some new details ahead of Apple's big day.
The publication claims that the service will be called "Apple Music" and it will be baked into the new Music application that's debuting with iOS 8.4. In addition to a new subscription platform, the service is also expected to have a social media aspect to it.
According to the report, the "service will allow artists to have their own pages within the streaming music service that they can use to post track samples, photos, videos, and concert updates."
It's still shrouded in a bit of mystery but it's clear that it's going to be one of the announcements we see on stage at WWDC 2015. Count on it.
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