Published On: Fri, Aug 14th, 2015

Apple Releases iOS 8.4.1 Update With Various Apple Music Fixes


Apple expelled an central iOS refurbish (8.4.1) to users today, aiming to repair a series of bugs that have been plaguing those regulating Apple’s new song service. The refurbish aims to revoke a ubiquitous bugginess and improve performance of Apple Music and Beats 1, especially addressing an issue that prevented some users from accessing their iCloud Music Library.

The iOS refurbish lists the following fixes:

  • Resolves issues that could forestall branch on iCloud Music Library
  • Resolves an emanate that hides combined song since Apple Music was set to uncover offline song only
  • Provides a approach to supplement songs to a new playlist if there aren’t any playlists to select from
  • Resolves an emanate that might uncover opposite design for an manuscript on other devices
  • Resolves several issues for artists while posting to Connect
  • Fixes an emanate where drumming Love doesn’t work as approaching while listening to Beats 1

Many iOS users complained when Apple’s new song app launched about a ubiquitous clunkiness of certain aspects of it. Apple’s new Music app is really some-more formidable than past iterations, so it isn’t all that startling that a company still has some fixes to issue. Apple appears to be tinkering with some of a some-more troublesome UI shortcomings of Apple Music as good for the release of iOS 9, that is set for this fall.

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