Apple’s Eddy Cue has detailed a few more features of the company’s forthcoming streaming service.

According to tweets from the senior vice president of internet software and services, users will be able to upload 25,000 of their own songs to the company’s cloud storage service when it launches on June 30, a number that will expand to 100,000 when iOS 9 is launched. The iTunes Match service currently has a limit of 25,000.

Cue also confirmed users will be able to migrate their playlists from the Beats Music service.

Apple Music launches on June 30 at 8am PST. [via The Next Web]



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