At today's World Wide Developer's Conference, Apple detailed an overhaul of its music streaming service, Apple Music. In the redesign, Apple Music's 15 million paid subscribers will now be able to access each song's lyrics through a pull-down swipe and the new "For You" tab will also have daily curated playlists for users, to rival Spotify's similar feature. The Connect function, an app that was heavily touted at last year's launch of the service, is going to be pretty much buried in the "For You" tab.
When users launch the app they will now first see their whole music library, with a bigger emphasis on newer adds. The new design puts a bigger emphasis on album artwork.
You'll also soon be allowed to play songs right in Messages.
iOS10 will be available to all users in the fall.