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Apple will release the iOS 8.4 update featuring a revamped Music app that will carry support for the new Apple Music a 24/7 streaming music service on June 30 at 11 a.m. EDT. At the same time, Apple's Beats 1 radio station will go live in 100 countries.

The Apple Music service will arrive with free trial for the first three months, Phone Arena reported. After the trial period expires, users will have to shell out $9.99 per month. Apple is also providing a family subscription service that covers six members for $14.99 per month.

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Apple Music service will also allow users to make use of Connect, a social media service for music lovers to interact on artists, latest news, and so on. As of this writing, Apple Music will not be available with free ad-supported edition. It means that any person with an Apple ID can enter their login credentials and listen to the Beats 1 music station and also access Connect social media service.

The new Apple Music service will compete with the likes of popular streaming services such as Spotify and Pandora. Currently, the Apple Music service is only available for iOS users. A dedicated version for Android users will be rolled out in this fall.

The Apple Music service was first showcased at Apple's WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) on June 8. The Beats 1 radio station will be featuring hosts like Ebro Darden and DJ Zane Lowe. In London, it will be hosted by Julie Adenuga.

Apple's senior VP of the Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue has tweeted "25k for launch and working to get to 100k for iOS 9", 9to5Mac reported. It means that like iTunes Match service, Apple Music service will let users to upload 25,000 music tracks on iCloud. And when iOS 9 arrives, it will let users to upload 100,000 music tracks.