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New iOS 9 Beta Seed With Apple Music Coming 'Early Next Week'

While Apple Music launched today with the releases of iOS 8.4 and iTunes 12.2, many members of Apple's developer program are currently running beta versions of iOS 9 that do not support most aspects of the service. Apple's Eddy Cue confirmed late last week that Apple will be releasing a new iOS 9 seed with Apple Music support, but he did not provide a timeframe for the release and one did not appear today.

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In a pair of responses to Twitter users tonight, Cue has clarified the new iOS 9 seed with Apple Music support will be arriving "early next week."




The last beta seed came on Tuesday, June 23, so next Tuesday would mark Apple's typical two-week interval for beta releases.

Cue is also answering a few other Apple Music questions from Twitter users tonight, noting users can "easily" turn off auto-renew on Apple Music to prevent unexpected charges when the free trial ends and that the bitrate of Apple Music streaming varies depending on whether the user is on a Wi-Fi or cellular connection.



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19 months ago

Eddie Cue sucks.

Such meaningful and useful on-topic commentary.
Rating: 16 Votes
19 months ago


Rating: 6 Votes
19 months ago
No way, seriously? You mean beta releases from Apple come every two weeks?!

I say, this is a revelation!
Rating: 6 Votes
19 months ago

Eddie Cue sucks.


Would you say that to his face, not even knowing the guy?
If you can do better, please apply for his job at Apple.

While you are at it, please share your resume and accomplishments here, so we can all comment .
Rating: 5 Votes
19 months ago

Such meaningful and useful on-topic commentary.

Indeed. He should not reveal personal details to public.
Rating: 4 Votes
19 months ago
Never mind, all the good usernames are already gone. F you, Eddy.
Rating: 2 Votes
19 months ago
isn't it bizarre that iOS 9 testers will be testing Apple Music not earlier (as I expected) but later than everyone else?
Rating: 2 Votes
19 months ago
Would love to know, and have control over, the bit rates on Apple Music. Otherwise, I'm liking it so far.

Seems to sound better than Extreme quality Spotify anyhow.
Rating: 2 Votes
19 months ago
Publicbetapublicbetapublicbeta
Rating: 2 Votes
19 months ago

I don't think so, if you are listening to the car or cheap headphones 320 it's ok, but cd quality is a tremendous improvement even in a decent home theater system and lossless audio like the one in old dvd audio and super cd formats is a whole new dimension even in my modest set up.

Off course f*ck scientific research let's go on your gut feeling…
Rating: 2 Votes

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