Tuesday, June 30, quickly became another busy day for Apple. On top of releasing iOS 8.4 and Apple Music, the company also released the public version of OS X 10.10.4, and, now, a brand new version of iTunes.
iTunes Match subscribers will be able to store up to 100,000 songs in the cloud when iOS 9 makes its public debut this fall, Apple’s Eddy Cue has confirmed. The current limit is just 25,000, and it’s remained the same since iTunes Match launched in 2011.
There was a time where ringtones were the coolest thing to have on your phone. I had Terror Squad’s Lean Back for all my incoming calls. Needless to say that they go obnoxious really, really quickly. Nevertheless, creating and assigning ringtones for your various contacts can be still be fun, albeit a little more complicated than downloading a third-party ringtone directly onto your iPhone.
Yesterday, Apple officially seeded OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to users, which saw the public release of the brand new Photos app.