Ian Rogers, former Beats Music CEO and the senior director of Apple Music, reveals in a blog post that iOS 8.4 download will be available to general public at 8AM Pacific Time on Tuesday, 30th.
Apple traditionally released iOS software updates at around 10AM Pacific Time. The reported time is two hours earlier than the usual iOS update schedule. Soon after the released of iOS 8.4, the first program on Beats 1 – a 24 x 7 live radio station — will go live an hour later.
Tuesday morning we’ll be unveiling the next chapter. Please make a note to upgrade to iOS 8.4 at 8am PT Tuesday, June 30th and listen to the first Beats 1 broadcast at 9am PT. Here’s a Facebook invite to make it easy for you to say yes, you’ll be there, and invite all your friends. See you there.
The post published by Rogers talks about his journey, how he started his career as a computer engineer and ended up working at Apple on its upcoming new service: Apple Music.
Apple Music subscription, once available, will cost you $9.99 on monthly basis but the company is offering first three months of music streaming service free of charge. Other than this individual subscription, Apple is also offering a family subscription plan for just $14.99 per month, where up to 6 members can use Apple music. Apple Music is said to have a collection of over 30 million songs available for streaming in over 100 countries.