The iOS 15.5 update will reintroduce the Apple Music API feature for third-party apps to allow adjustment of playback speed, as this feature was previously present but with the latest update this feature has been removed.
Feature details in iOS 15.5 update
With iOS 15.4 UpdateApple disabled the ability to change playback speed in third-party apps using the Apple Music API and their content, and today, Apple decided to reintroduce this feature in the iOS 15.5 update.
The report comes from developer Joe Kun, who announced that Apple has re-evaluated its earlier decision to disable changing the playback rate of subscription content from Apple Music in third-party apps and concluded that it will safely enable this functionality again, just as it did prior to the release of iOS 15.4.
Apple didn’t reveal why the overclocking feature was disabled for third-party apps, but back in the report, the company disabled the feature due to a bug that’s now fixed.
iOS 15.5 is still in the beta stage, so users will have to wait until they can start adjusting playback speed in third-party apps using the Apple Music API.
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It’s worth noting that with the iOS 15.4 update, compatible iPhone models can now use Face ID while wearing face masks. This feature does not work through masks but relies on a less secure method of simply scanning the area around your eyes.
The update will tell you that enabling Face ID with a mask will make the feature less secure than a full face scan and you have to look at the phone while it’s unlocked without anything covering your eyes. Pull the mask down each time.
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