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Thursday, February 9, 2023

iOS 16.2: Apple Music Sing, Freeform, and everything else new to iPhone

The iOS 16.2 update is now live, an it’s a fairly big one, adding a number of new features and making tweaks to existing ones. And while it’s no iOS 17, there is still plenty to sink the teeth into.

Top of the list for many will be the addition of Apple Music Sing, but whether you fancy yourself as a pop star or are more interested in collaborative note-taking, there’s something in iOS 16.2 for everyone.

Apple Music Sing

Apple Music Sing on iPhone, iPad, and TV

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If singing along to your favorite song is your jam, Apple Music Sing will be right up your street. You’ll need an Apple Music subscription of course, but once that’s all squared away you can sing your way through tens of millions of songs — and Apple has more than 50 playlists full of karaoke-ready ones, just ready to be test driven.

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