Users who use streaming music services like Spotify have missed out on one of Apple Music’s key features. It is Crossfade
After a long wait… it’s iOS 17 and iPadOS 17 Crossfade in Apple Music
Currently, when we play a song in Apple Music on any iPhone or iPad when it ends and the next begins. The Crossfade effect prevents this abrupt transition and allows one song to blend into the next. That is to say, the song that ends gradually ends to start the next one in the opposite direction, gradually increasing its intensity. In fact, a long time ago, when iTunes functioned as a hub for music playback, it was a popular option among users and over time, a large number of services started adopting it.
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This effect It was already available on other services like Spotify and the version of Apple Music for Android, Yes, always at the request of the user. However, Apple Music did not yet have this effect on its operating systems. But that changed with the advent of iOS 17 and iPadOS 17, which bring the Crossfade effect to Apple Music perfectly.
Of course, this transition can be turned on and off at the request of the user by going to Settings > Music > Crossfade/Crossfade and activating the function. However, In this first beta of iOS 17, its activation causes the Settings application to collapse and prevent its activation. This looks like a bug that Apple will most likely fix in the second beta in the next few weeks.