Apple has released iOS 8.4, the latest version of its mobile operating system, and one of the most anticipated yet. It includes the on-demand music streaming service Apple Music, and comes with other improvements.
A bug in iOS 8.4 may cause some iPad users confusion as the Apple Music app looks wrong, and is missing key features such as 'For You' and 'Now' while 'Playlists' is broken out into its own menu. Here's how you fix the problem.
If you have ever run into a problem of your MacBook's battery losing its ability to hold a charge, Apple now has you covered as part of its extended warranty scheme, offering replacements for up to three years after purchase.
The new PushBullet for mobile, desktop, and browsers places a big emphasis on sending and receiving messages. That's not all -- the clients now sport a cleaner, simpler UI and support for multiple files.
Google has updated Hangouts for iOS, introducing a Material Design-style new look, and a variety of new features. Version 4.0 of the app includes new photo sharing options, and the new experience will be coming to Android in the near future.
Sonos has been saying for some time that while it will add support for Apple Music to its speakers, it won't support the service at launch. Now Sonos has confirmed that it hopes to add Apple Music by the end of the year.
Apple's Eddy Cue revealed on Twitter that while the iTunes Match functionality included in Apple Music will be limited to 25,000 songs to start, it will be increased to 100,000 songs with the release of iOS 9.
Apple is taking a step toward alleviating the sadness that comes with aging batteries by updating its AppleCare+ support for the iPhone, iPad, iPod, and all Apple Watch models to cover batteries that hold less than 80 percent of their original capacity.