Apple Music Sing Now Available in iOS 16.2 Release Candidate

The Apple Music Sing feature that Apple announced earlier this week is now available in the iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, and tvOS 16.2 release candidates that were released this morning.

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Designed as a karaoke feature, ‌Apple Music‌ Sing provides real-time lyrics that iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV users can sing along with.

Features include adjustable vocals for changing the volume of the original singer, real-time lyrics that move to the rhythm of the vocals, background vocal options, and a duet view for multi-singer tracks.

Apple has introduced more than 50 playlists that include songs, duets, choruses, and anthems ideal for use with ‌Apple Music‌ Sing.

‌Apple Music‌ Sing can be used on the ‌iPhone‌ 11 and later, the third-generation 11-inch iPad Pro and later, the fifth-generation 12.9-inch ‌iPad Pro‌ and later, the fourth-generation iPad Air and later, the ninth-generation ‌iPad‌ and later, the iPad mini and later, and the third-generation ‌Apple TV‌ 4K, which is the newest model.

Related Forum: iOS 16

Top Rated Comments

Unregistered 4U Avatar
18 months ago

I like how a lot of people on MR are losing their minds that the karaoke feature is only available on the latest Apple TV
To be fair, a lot of people on MR lose their minds when they wake up and Apple… still exists.
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Gengar Avatar
18 months ago

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timmodugdale Avatar
18 months ago
Are we to expect support products like a microphone to use with the AppleTV?
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4nNtt Avatar
18 months ago
This will be really popular with some users. Apple Music has been doing a great job lately. Weird that the older Apple TV 4K boxes can't handle it.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
_Spinn_ Avatar
18 months ago

This will be really popular with some users. Apple Music has been doing a great job lately. Weird that the older Apple TV 4K boxes can't handle it.
Yeah this seems very strange. If I’m being cynical it is because Apple wants to drive sales of newer boxes. Though I doubt the demand would be that high for this feature.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Unregistered 4U Avatar
18 months ago

Profit. Forcing you to upgrade to get features that your current hardware could easily handle is the only reason to limit features to the newest products.
Pretty much. I know the only reason why this feature wasn’t rolled out for the Apple II is JUST for profit. All computers are pretty much the same, if you can do it on one, you can do it on the other. I’m still holding out hope that Apple will make it available for the eMate, but I feel I shouldn’t hold my breath.
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