During Apple’s WWDC 15 conference the company announced that they will be changing the way they handle music with the introduction of Apple Music.

Today it has been confirmed that Apple Music will be launching at 8AM PST tomorrow, which comes alongside of Apple’s new radio service Beats 1 Radio.

The new 24 hour radio station is expected to launch at 9AM PST tomorrow and will feature a range of DJs during that time including Zane Low, Ebro Darden and Julie Adenuga.

One of the highlights of the show will be Zane Lowe’s first interview on the radio station, which is expected to be with Eninem.

We also expect that the show will host exclusive plays alongside other guest appearances which is said to include Pharell, Justin Timberlake, Dr Drew, Cara Delevingne and more.

On top of this news Apple’s Eddy Cue also revealed some new details about changes to iOS 9.

This news is that Apple will be increasing the iTunes Match track limit from 25,000 songs to 100,000 songs when iOS 9 is released.

This was confirmed in the Tweet below.

Apple Music will launch tomorrow, available for free to users for the first three months, after which it will cost £9.99 for a single user, or £14.99 for a family account.

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