Apple Music

Apple Music Voice Plan may launch with iOS 15.2

Apple Music Voice Plan is designed around Siri

Back in October of this year, Apple unveiled a cheaper plan for Apple Music called Apple Music Voice Plan.  Apple Music Voice Plan has now shown up in the release notes for the iOS 15.2 release candidate, making it more than possible that the new Music tier will launch with iOS 15.2

Apple Music Voice Plan gives users access to the entire music library, via the Siri voice assistant. At only £4.99, the Voice Plan is half the price of the Individual plan, which currently costs £9.99 a month. 

Users can subscribe to the Apple Music Voice Plan through Siri by saying “Hey Siri, start my Apple Music Voice trial,” or by signing up through the Apple Music app. Once subscribed to the Apple Music Voice Plan, users can request music be played across all of their Siri-enabled devices, including HomePod mini, AirPods, iPhone, or any other Apple device, and when using CarPlay.

Being a ‘Voice Plan’, there is no access to the Apple Music through the app. The only way to access the 90-million library of songs is via Siri voice commands.

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There’s no access to Spatial Audio from Dolby Atmos or the lossless audio HiFi music. Lyrics and music videos are also absent compared to the more expensive tiers.

Due to the fact that Apple Music Voice Plan is designed around Siri, it will not be available to Android users.