On Monday, February 9, Apple released the first beta for iOS 8.3, which offers plenty of new features. But obviously there’s more to come.
According to a report published by 9to5Mac
, Apple developers are already working on iOS 8.4, and the big mainstay feature of the next-next major software release is going to be the oft-rumored new music service from the Cupertino-based company. According to unnamed sources speaking to the publication, Apple is well into testing iOS 8.4 now, and it’s codename is rumored to be Copper. The sources say that iOS 8.4 will release sometime after the Apple Watch is released.
What’s more, Apple is “considering” making iOS 8.4 be the vehicle that brings Apple’s rumored music streaming service to customers. Unfortunately there are no further details regarding this theory, but it could certainly be possible with rumors suggesting that this Beats-infused service could launch in the first half of 2015.
Earlier today, a report surfaced that pointed out Apple’s iOS 9 could be all about under-the-hood improvements.