With iOS 8.2, iOS 8.3, and iOS 9.0, in hand, the Cupertino giant Apple seems to be working on another update to iOS 8: iOS 8.4. According to the 9to5mac, this iOS 8.4 update is currently in the beta version for further testing, and will be released to public after the availability of the Apple Watch.
This iOS 8.4 upgrade is codenamed as Copper, a popular ski resort in Colorado. Moreover, the rumors suggest that, in iOS 8.4 software update, Apple may introduce new streaming music service. Also, Apple owned Beats music service will be rebranded, revamp the price tag and integrated into iOS and OS X.
iOS 8.2 has been already seed to the developer for testing since November, while iOS 8.3, with wireless CarPlay support, a new emoji picker, and Apple Pay for China was just seeded to developers this morning. While working on iOS 8 projects, Apple is also simultaneously working on iOS 9, which is codenamed as Monarch, another Colorado-based ski resort, is expected to bring the stability and optimization feature in the device. iOS 9 is expected to release in fall, while iOS 8.4 will be released in some where in the spring.
The next iOS update will be iOS 8.2, which is rumored to be released in the next month some time ahead of the Apple Watch release, scheduled for April. In this update, it is likely to fix any major bugs before the company's smartwatch officially releases to the masses. iOS 8.2 will be the first update to support the Apple Watch.