When will Apple fix the Cloud issue or Apple want to lose all the Apple Music customers

Discussion in 'Apple Music, Apple Pay, iCloud, Apple Services' started by TsMkLg068426, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. TsMkLg068426 macrumors 65816

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    I just can not understand why this problem has not been solved since have already complained about here and I also can not understand why this problem is not on the main page. So many Apple Music tracks stop playing and it is getting annoying I swear during Steve Jobs time they would fix it right away but Tim Cook is less about innovation and more about ass kissing.
     
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    A little bit off topic but if you notice the WWDC attendance rate, 80% belongs to new comer.

    I don't know if it will goes all the way to 100% but if this could indicate Apple is doing something terribly wrong these years, losing attractions to old WWDC customers?
     
  3. MentalFloss macrumors 6502a

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    The MobileMe disaster under Steve Jobs
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    [X] forgotten
     
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    I don't have a problem with tracks not playing. I originally had issues with tracks being grayed out for no reason. After re-adding everything to My Music the problem hasn't come back since. The app clearly has some bugs... some huge... some small. But this is the first iteration of the app, so I'm sure they'll iron out the wrinkles over time.
     
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    Are you streaming the tracks? I don't have this issue, I also store my music for off line. If your streaming it could be the internet provider.
     
  6. Shirasaki macrumors 603

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    I play music locally. So I am free from all streaming issues.

    Although, sometimes iTunes purchase downloading could be really slow or even fail at last.
     
  7. flur macrumors 68000

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    But that's the thing, it's NOT the first iteration. Much of AM/iCML comes from iTunes Match, a service fraught with bugs that's been out for years. I could see if there were only bugs in the new portions of AM, but the biggest bugs are the ones that carried over from Match. That gives me no confidence at all that Apple will fix things.
     
  8. TsMkLg068426 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    Seems like it iTunes Match was fine but the mess started for many of us 3 weeks ago and now adding Apple Music it is totally screwed up. Hopefully once my iTunes Match subscription is over Apple Music will not be a problem but I shouldn't keep my hopes up. Apple has to worry about Cloud issue because they will have a massive issue with Apple Music's Cloud and I also noticed most of Cloud issue is coming from iTunes end while listening music in the Cloud not on my iPhone. I do not mind downloading on my Mac Music since I have 1 TB space but still the amount of music I listen (lol) I don't think it will last.
     
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    No, it's a mesh of iTunes Radio, iTunes Match, and Beats. There was bound to be some issues.
     
  10. flur macrumors 68000

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    Umm... that's what I said? Not a first iteration? That a large part comes from Match? That clearly there are issues...
     
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    I agree, the worst part of the service is IML, which is essentially iTunes Match... It is still filled with bugs... Hopefully now that the service is going to be used my many more people now, they will do something...
     
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    I had hopes they would push an update by now. Well maybe net week, but if not then it's either not giving a damn or solely iCloud issues that can not be fixed easily.
     
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    No, you didn't. You were just referring to iTunes Match. This isn't iTunes Match ... it's a mishmash of all their services ... including one that wasn't their own, but one they just bought and had to incorporate that into Apple Music on top of their own. There was bound to be bugs.
     
  14. flur macrumors 68000

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    Actually I did, you just insist on misreading me. But whatevs.
     
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    If you don't want be misread, how about be more specific to what you mean instead of thinking people assume what you meant by a lack of information in your post?
     
  16. Paco II macrumors 65816

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    As I've posted about separately, there is no question that many of the reported bugs are related to iTunes Match functionality and Apple should have spent more time working out the known kinks in ITM before rolling out Apple Music and IML. At this point all we can do is report bugs and hope we get some fixes. Apple rarely moves quickly with such things, and I do fear we may not see anything until iOS 9.
     
  17. Soni Sanjay macrumors 6502

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    He didn't, he said most of AM/IML comes from Match, which is right. You just want to argue over nonsensical stuff.
     
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    Have you ever used Beats? It's pretty well incorporated into the app. It isn't nonsensical.
     
  19. blasto2236 macrumors 6502a

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    Yes, but that's not the part of Apple Music that is riddled with bugs. It's the part that relies on iTunes Match that is causing problems for most people and that's what you seem to be repeatedly ignoring when trying to nitpick what everyone else is saying.

    I have been a Match subscriber from day 1, and it has always been finicky at best. I also subscribed to Beats from day one, and I can say that at this point I preferred them as two separate services.
     

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