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Apple Music Will Allow Users to Host 100,000 Songs and Transfer Beats Playlists

Apple executive Eddy Cue, who oversees the company’s internet software and services, has

Apple executive Eddy Cue, who oversees the company’s internet software and services, has just revealed through Twitter that Apple Music will allow iOS 9 users to host 100,000 of their own songs on its iCloud storage, similar to iTunes Match which allow streaming up to 25,000 personal audio files. The service will launch on 8AM PST on June 30 with 25,000 tracks, and eventually upgrade to the its full capacity when iOS 9 is ready for the public. Additionally, Cue also disclosed that Apple Music will allow seamless transfers of Beats subscription playlists. Take a look at the tweets below.

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