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As most of you already know, Apple Music was released today along with the companys 24/7 live radio station Beats1. Apple also released the Beats1 schedule on their refreshed Tumblr blog when they launched the music streaming service. What most of you may not know yet is that the Cupertino-based company launched a website as well, inviting listeners to request music they would like to hear from the new service.
According to the company, listeners can call one of two numbers provided by Apple (on the webpage) and leave a request for a specific song. The website notes:
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Tuesday evening, Apple launched iTunes 12.2 for OS X Yosemite users by way of the Mac App Store. The updated version of iTunes adds support for Apple Music, which launched Tuesday morning with iOS 8.4 alongside Beats 1.
As noted by the iTunes change log, these are all of the new things you can expect in this release:
Just a few days ago, we mentioned that the next generation iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will most likely look almost identical except for maybe being a tad thicker. Now, new leaked photos of the next device (obtained from 9to5Mac) are being shown as having the same exact exterior design as the iPhone 6. They noted that the rear will be exactly the same on the outside and the thickness and width of the next smartphone will also be the same. The only apparent difference
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Handoff is a big feature of iOS 8 that has been restricted to the iPhone 5 and newer, which leaves those with the legacy iPhone 4s unable to have any fun with one of the biggest features that shipped with iOS 8.
Here to fix this issue is a new free jailbreak tweak called Handoff4s by iOS developer PoomSmart, which will now allow those with a jailbroken iPhone 4s to enable Handoff and Continuity features on their device so that it can integrate with their Mac and other iOS devices, allowing users to pick up where they left off from one device to another.
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