With the roll out of iOS 8.4, Apple removed the music Home Sharing from the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices, but brought new Apple Music, Beats 1 radio station and Music app, and that was the only reason why the company removed the Home Music Sharing from iOS devices. Nevertheless, today with the seed of iOS 9 beta 4 download for developers, found the past music home sharing back in the firmware version.
Actually, Apple’s Eddie Cue announced a while ago that the company were working on bringing Home Sharing back in iOS 9 final this fall. If you are a developer and have access to download iOS 9 beta 4 from Apple Developer Program, and installed on your devices, you’ll see the release brought music home sharing back.
Apple will release the full and final version of iOS 9 some time this fall, the software is expected to launch in September along with the new iPhone series – the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus alongside the new iPad Pro.
If you are running iOS 8.x, you can follow our guide below to install iOS 9 beta on your device from scratch:
- Beta 4: Download iOS 9 Beta 4 And Install On iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5s, 5c, 5, 4S, iPad, iPod touch [Tutorial]
Apple made available iOS 8.4 for iPod touch 6 last week. Here’s Public Beta that was also released about two weeks back. Final version of iOS 9 will be available to download for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices this fall.
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