Apple Music Sing, the karaoke of Apple Music, will be available on iOS 16.2

Apple Music Sing on iOS 16.2

A few days ago, Apple took another step in the evolution of its streaming service. Through a press release, Apple Music Sing was presented, a way to lower the sound of singers’ voices for being able to have karaoke on our device. This attenuation of the voices as well as the reading of the live lyrics are the perfect combo to start testing this new service included with the Apple Music subscription. In reality, Apple Music Sing will be available with the update to iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 which will be released throughout December.

iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 will integrate Apple Music Sing

The Release Candidate version of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 is already in the hands of developers. This means that in a few days we will have these new versions among us which will spread all over the world. One of the novelties included in these versions is the arrival of Apple Music Sing. Until the Release Candidate, there was no hint of this new feature in Apple Music. However, the big apple presented this new function a few days ago via its online press center.

Apple Music Sing, Apple's karaoke

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Apple presents Apple Music Sing, the karaoke of its music service

Karaoke on your iPhone, iPad or Apple TV. It’s not more than that. Apple Music Sing is a feature of Apple’s music streaming service that will allow users to fade out the vocals of songs so they can sing along even as a duet. Millions of songs are already supported by this feature

which many have described as one of the best since the launch of the music service itself.

It is also necessary to take into account the service compatibility which are none other than iPhone 11 and later, all iPad Pro, iPad Air 4th generation and later, iPad 9th generation, iPad mini and later, and third generation of Apple TV 4K. All that remains is to wait, in case you are not a developer, to have iOS 16.2 among us to be able to start testing this novelty and give the note, never better said, with the new Apple Music karaoke this Christmas.



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