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Apple Music Voice Plan will likely launch with iOS 15.2
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(Pocket-lint) – At an Unleashed event in October this year, Apple presented a cheaper plan for Apple Music called the Apple Music Voice Plan. The Cupertino-based company now looks set to launch this new level of its music streaming service, according to a new report.
According to Federico Viticci of MacStories , the Apple Music Voice plan is said to have appeared in the release notes for the release candidate of the iOS 15.2 software update, which means it may be available for iPhone users soon. It should cost half the price of an individual Apple Music subscription – around $ 4.99 per month in the US – but it will still give access to Apple Music’s entire library of 90 million songs.
The upcoming iOS 15.2 update for iPhone users is also expected to include the Legacy Contact feature and a Communication Safety feature that blurs naked images for kids using Messages. Keep in mind that beta versions are designed for developers and users to test scheduled updates.
During the testing phase, bugs may be discovered, which may cause Apple to delay the launch of certain features.
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Apple has yet to comment on the release date of diOS 15.2 or the Apple Music Voice plan. To learn more about the new level, check out our guide:
Apple Music Voice Plan: How It Works, Who Is It For, And Is It Worth It?
Written by Maggie Tillman. Originally published on .