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Apple Fixes Apple Music Bugs With iOS 8.4.1

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Apple Inc has released a new update iOS 8.4.1, to fix issues related to Apple Music, along with a bunch of other improvements to the iOS 8.4.

The minor update fixes issues that prevented iCloud Music Library from turning on. It also resolves the issue related to Apple Music that hides recently added music in the online mode, since the app was set to show offline music only.

Apple Music, which was first released on iOS 8.4 on June 8 gets a new feature where in it creates a new playlist and adds songs to it, if the user has not already created one. The other problem related to the Music app that showed a different artwork for an album on other devices has also been resolved.

The company also stated that with the new update it has fixed issues related to the social network Connect, where the artists were unable to post on. It also debugged the problem related to global radio station Beats 1, where tapping ‘Love’ didn’t work as expected.

Until the release of iOS 9 – expected for a September launch – the users can fix issues related to iOS 8.4 with this new update.

iOS 8.4, launched on June 30, redesigned the Music app with support for Apple Music and Beats 1 radio. However, even though the latter has been well-received by users, Apple Music didn’t quite live upto Apple’s and users’ expectations. With the new update though, expect things to get better.

iOS 8.4.1 is now available to download through the Settings app on an iPhone or iPad. It is identified as build 12H32 and size of the update is between 55MB and 58MB.


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