Apple has released the third beta of iOS 9 to developers registered in the company's developer program. The newest beta includes support for Apple Music, the company's first venture into music streaming.
The first beta of iOS 9 was released shortly after WWDC 2015, and was followed by the second beta last month.
Apart from Apple Music and Beats One support, the new iOS 9 beta 3 includes the usual bug fixes and performance enhancements you would expect from every beta release. Developers who have installed the previous beta builds can download the update by connecting your compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to WiFi, and heading over to Settings > General > Software Update. The OTA update should be waiting here for your approval.
If this is the first beta of iOS 9 you are installing, head over to the Apple Developer Program website to get started. Interested developers will have to pay an annual subscription of $99 yearly, and will gain access to beta versions of iOS, Mac OS X and watchOS.
Apple Music comes with a three month free trial which users can avail before they start to pay the $9.99 monthly fee. If, for some reason, you feel that Apple Music has checked all the right boxes for you and your family members, then Apple has you well covered with a $14.99 a month family plan, in which you can add up to 6 people under just one account.
source - Apple