APPLE HAS RELEASED iOS 8.4.1 to iPhone and iPad users, an update that delivers a handful of fixes for Apple Music.
Also included in this latest iOS update are some minor changes to iTunes that also relate to Apple Music’s usability. There is now ways to include music to your new play list generally if there aren’t any playlists to pick. Moreover, artists from now on can share their photos, videos and music to Connect directly from the iTunes library.
Apple’s update to iOS and iTunes included dozens of security patches along with fixes for the iCloud Music Library and Apple Music. This should get things done for you.
Apple Music appeared at the World Wide Developer’s Conference in early June. You had to create the playlist first in one tab and then add songs to it later. If that’s the case, and you don’t use Apple Music, you can skip this update without a problem. To download this free iOS update, just tap Settings> General> Software Update and follow the prompts. Apple obviously stated everything in detail on the page, and also credited the Chinese based TaiG team for bringing its attention to these security exploits.
Note: We at PC-Tablet takes no responsibility of if anything wrong happens with your device.
Rumors are ahead saying that TaiG will work on iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak, but the jailbreaking group has not confirmed whether it will release a new version of its jailbreak for iOS 8.4.1.
iTunes 12.2.2 requires an Intel-based Mac running OS X 10.7.5 or later. Hence Apple has improved its compatibility with some email servers while Mail is being used. An issue with QuickTime Player was that it wouldn’t allow playback of Windows Media files, which also has been fixed.