New details about Apple’s upcoming iOS 9 have surfaced on Friday as the update will focus on increasing security amongst the company’s devices.
Apple has now released iOS 8.4.1 which you can download free, according to an August 14 report in Gottabemobile.
Note: We at PC-Tablet takes no responsibility of if anything wrong happens with your device. The minor tweaks and bug fixes are always welcome, but Apple Music still has a long way to go before the experience is where it should be, particularly in iTunes. It will mend the issue that prompts the phone to hide the added music when Apple Music is set to offline music only. The update fixes various bugs, including those that affected Apple Music. QuickTime also got some attention, and you can now play Windows Media files without a problem. Apple is still signing iOS 8.4, so you can simply downgrade and jailbreak using the TaiG tool.
Now, artists can share their photos, thoughts, videos and music directly from iTunes through the Connect feature. Another issue that was previously encountered was when Love was tapped, it wouldn’t work the way it was expected to, while using Beats 1. You can now see a list of who you follow, while musicians will be able to submit posts straight from inside iTunes.
Fixed the issue of playlists in the action menu not matching those in users’ library.
Meanwhile, Apple also used the update to patch a few different security glitches, including a problem whereby malicious websites could crash the Safari browser.
With iTunes 12.2.2, you also get programming information for all of the shows on Beats 1.
Another unfixed issue relates to the Music app. When switching back to it after interacting with other apps it refreshes to the home page.