Only a day after the release of iOS 8.4, which includes Apple new music service Apple Music, many users on Apple Support communities are finding that the update removes Home Sharing for music on iOS units. This breaks the power for users to share their iTunes Library over Wi-Fi from their mobile units.
Home Sharing allowed users of iOS units to entry their iTunes library from anyplace within their house and stream the content material to their Apple phone, Apple iPod, or Apple iPad. The characteristic initially supported each video and audio content, however now with iOS 8.4 solely supports video content. Home Sharing for audio is remains live, however, for Apple TV users (via Apple Insider).
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Launched on iOS in 2011 as a part of iOS 4.3, Home Sharing allowed Apple iPhone, Apple iPad and Apple iPod owners to stream digital content from a central computer operating iTunes as long as the devices were linked to a common network.
Whereas the possibility of Home Sharing for music returning on iOS units is there, it is unclear whether Apple would return the choice for non-subscribers of Apple Music. The music service contains the ability to sign up for a $14.99-a-month family plan, which permits access for up to 6 people.