Users will still be able to use iTunes Match inside Apple Music. The service lets you match your existing song library inside iTunes up to 25,000 songs. ~Apple senior vice president Eddy Cue

Apple rolled out its streaming music service. To do that it had to release iOS 8.4. Apple Music is now available to all those with a modern iDevice iOS users. Apple music service is not just limited to the mobile world. The service also started streaming on Mac and Windows via iTunes. iOS 8.4 does not bring standalone Apple Watch apps just yet either.

According to Apple senior vice president Eddy Cue you will be able to use iTunes Match inside Apple Music. iMatch was a service that Apple came up with to let you store your own music in the cloud then access it from any other device that is tied to the Apple ecosystem. Right now iMatch can store up to 25,000 songs of your existing songs from your iTunes library. There are rumors that Apple is looking into the upping that to 100,000. That upgrade won’t happen until iOS 9 is released into the world. For now enjoy the iOS 8.4 which is safe for jailbreakers even though a jailbreak just came out a few days ago for 8.3.

The team at Taig have released a new jailbreak for the updated IOS. This is the first time in a very long has there been a jailbreak released this quickly. The publicly available jailbreak works just like the iOS 8.3 version. The Taig team is based in China seem to follow their own release schedule. They release jailbreaks without the jailbreak community ready. Which means tweaks and Cydia are often not ready to be used. Since Apple didn’t tackle the jailbreak exploit used in iOS 8.3 the team simply repackage it for iOS 8.4.

By Rubens Saintel

Proud father, #Haitian, photographer, consultant, writer & entrepreneur. I love video games, movies, plays, technology (surprise), beta testing apps and all things sci-fi. | |