Apple Music Sing turns iOS devices and Apple TV 4K into true karaoke

iOS 16.2 should bring a lot of interesting features. One of them will be of particular interest to the growing number of karaoke fans. Apple Music will include a feature called Sing that allows you to sing over the song currently playing in the app.

Apple Music on mobile and desktop / Credit: Apple

Let’s say it right away: this new feature is very exclusive. To take advantage of it, you need at least an iPhone 11, a third-generation iPad Pro 11″, a fifth-generation iPad 12.9″, a 4th-generation iPad Air, a 9th-generation iPad, or the latest Apple TV 4K. in Island

Apple Music subscribers have already had a taste of Sing mode. The lyrics are already displayed on the screen for millions of songs. Traditional karaokes allow the voice of the artist being played to be muted to make way for one-night stand singers. Apple Music is content to apply the same principle: you will be able to sing with or without the original vocal track as you gradually see the texts scroll across the screen.

Apple Music Sing can mute a song’s vocal track to make room for your voice

Unfortunately, Sing is not available for all the songs in the catalog, but the apple company claims thatit will provide ready to sing playlistswhich will avoid unpleasant surprises and the tedious work of sorting songs when you want to organize a Starac party.

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The public version of iOS 16.2 must be deployed in a few days. According to experts, this will be a major update. In addition to emphasizing data security with end-to-end encryption of data on iCloud, it will allow foruse some iPads on an external display through the Stage Manager app. Freeform allows members of a household or group of friends to collaborate on a whiteboard. They can write, draw or add pictures and videos. Professionals and individuals alike will undoubtedly find many uses for this new application.

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