During its WWDC keynote, Apple also announced that it will be making available in iOS 9 its very first radio station, called Beats 1. Now, according to multiple reports, it seems that the service has made its first appearance in Apple's most recent iOS 8.4 and iOS 9 betas.
Apple has updated its native Music app in Apple's iOS 8.4 and iOS 9 betas with access to a new "Radio" tab, which comes with a preview of the company's new radio station Beats 1. Apple's radio stations and iOS 8.4 are expected to launch on June 30, alongside the new Apple Music subscription service.
The Beats 1 station is not yet live, as it is currently teasing users with a "coming soon" track where DJ Zane Lowe introduces the product and highlights its future contents. Once it gets launched, the radio station will be live 24 hours a day, seven days a week, being hosted by Lowe, former of BBC 1, Ebro Darden of HOT 97 fame, and British tastemaker Julie Adenuga.