UPDATED – Eddy Cue has confirmed to MacRumors that Apple has indeed “started rolling out support for 100k libraries.”
Although Apple’s official iTunes Match page still shows a hard limit of 25,000 song uploads for the music storage service, some users are reporting they are seeing additional songs matched and/or uploaded.
There isn’t any firm word on what the new limit is, and as we mentioned before, the official iTunes Match documentation still shows 25,000 as the limit. It should be noted that similar reports began circulating back in September, and the change never became official.
Apple’s Eddy Cue has been quoted as saying Apple was “working to get to 100k for iOS 9,” which didn’t happen at iOS 9’s debut in September. In October, Cue told reporters Apple was still working on the increase, and promised improvement “before the end of the year.”