By Jay / / 2022 Apple News

iOS 15.5 will have the Apple Music API, which is used by third-party song player apps to allow users to modify the pace of songs. Apple’s Software Engineer announced this information.

Apple disabled the API used by third-party applications to modify the playback speed of songs from Apple Music in the previous iOS 15.4 version. Although Apple Music does not allow users to modify the speed of music playback, popular programs such as Perfect Tempo do.

Many Devs are Frustrated from the Updates

However, for some unknown reason, Apple abruptly deleted the API in the iOS 15.4 update, but it is known that Apple will restore the API in the release of iOS 15.5, which is now in the testing phase. Joe Kun, an Apple Music team software engineer, provided an update to developers who were unhappy by the withdrawal of the API before via iGeneration:

He said that after re-evaluating the removal of the API and removing the ability for app developers to change the playback speed for some subscription content from third-party Apple Music apps, the Apple Music developer team decided to restore the ability to the same as before.

iOS 15.5

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In addition, improvements to these APIs will be included in the iOS 15.5 and iPadOS 15.5 developer preview releases. Additionally, iOS 15.5 introduces a number of enhancements and new features that are intended to improve overall speed and security. In the following update information [here], you can see some of the features that will be altered in the future.


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