Apple has just released a minor iOS update, the iOS 8.4.1, that contains several Apple Music fixes and improvements. The update is available as a OTA for all iOS 8 running devices and measures about 56MB on an iPad Air 2.
Though the update may have fixed several bugs, the release notes take note of only Apple Music updates. An issue that prevented iCloud Music Library from turning on has been fixed. Another issue that caused music to be hidden because Apple Music was set to show offline music only has been fixed.
There is now a way to add songs to a new playlist if there aren’t any playlists to choose from. An issue that causes different artwork for an album to appear on other devices has been fixed. An issue where artists were unable to post to Connect has been fixed. And an issue where tapping on the “Love” button does not work as expected while listening to the Beats 1 radio station has been fixed.
iOS 8.4.1 will be the last iOS 8 update before the iOS 9, which is set to debut in September along with the new line of iPhones. Apple Music was first introduced with iOS 8.4 on June 8 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
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iTunes 12.2.2 was also released today with several Apple Music related improvements. Now when you click on the Beats 1 banner on iTunes, you can see what is currently on or view the complete broadcast schedule. iTunes now shows you a list of the artists that you are following on Apple Music. An issue that caused iTunes to lose its place when hitting a previous page has been fixed. Apple fixed a problem where artists were being incorrectly sorted in “My Music.”
The iTunes update can be downloaded through the Updates section of the Mac App Store or using the Apple Software Update on Windows.