“As Apple Music, Apple’s new streaming audio service, is about to debut tomorrow with the launch of iOS 8.4, Senior VP Eddy Cue has answered a few question on Twitter about existing features will integrate with Music, namely iTunes Match,” Adam Westlake reports for Slash Gear.
“In its existing form, iTunes Match lets users upload up to 25,000 of their own songs that aren’t available in the company’s library to the cloud for streaming at any time,” Westlake reports.
“Cue has confirmed that this feature will continue to exist in Apple Music,” Westlake reports, “and upon iOS 9’s release this fall, the limit will be raised to 100,000 songs.”
— Eddy Cue (@cue) June 27, 2015
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