Apple Music is set to launch until the end of the month on June 30th, but the splash screen for Apple’s new subscription music service is starting to appear for some users. The screenshots above were captured on a clean install of yesterday’s iOS 8.4 beta release after launching the Music app. iOS 8.4 and higher will be required for the new music service when it debuts.

As expected, the splash page isn’t yet functional as Apple Music hasn’t actually been turned on for users yet. Attempting to sign up or sign in will take your credentials, process, then put you back in the current iOS 8.4 Music app without Apple Music.

The information tells us what we already know about the service: $9.99/month per user or $14.99/month for up to 6 members through Family Sharing. While we don’t learn anything new from the splash pages, we do get an early peak at what the on-boarding experience will look like on June 30th.

iPad as well:

Thanks for the tip Lee!

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