24 August 2015 6By Serenity CaldwellApple’s Up Next queue lets you stack other tracks—even another playlist or album—to listen to immediately, and then seamlessly merge back right back into your playlist or album when you're done. It also keeps track of your play history, whether you’re listening to songs from your music collection, Apple Music, Beats 1, or Apple Music radio stations. Here’s how you can use it.
22 August 2015 4By Serenity CaldwellThere's a new, universal search feature in both the Music app and iTunes 12.2 that can find songs, playlists, albums, and artists—whether they’re locally-stored or available in Apple’s online catalog. If you don't subscribe to Apple Music, you’ll be able to search Apple Music radio stations and the iTunes Store in lieu of the streaming catalog.
21 August 2015 6By Serenity CaldwellFor some, the advent of Apple Music will mean their own personal collections will become small seas in the giant oceans of the full streaming catalog. ￼For others, however, who don't want streaming, My Music is still the place or organize and enjoy your personally purchased or ripped music. There are four ways to add songs to My Music within the Music app or iTunes 12.2.