Apple has wrapped up with another event this year. The company announced the all-new MacBook Pro with improved internals, including a faster M1 Pro/ M1 Max chips. The new MacBook Pro models also get an all-new design. Alongside, Apple also refreshed the HomePod mini with three new colours and launched the AirPods third-generation as well. The event was not just about hardware products. Apple also unveiled a new Apple Music plan called the Voice plan. The new Apple Music Voice Plan price in India starts at Rs 49 per month, making the service more affordable to consumers.
Apple Music Voice Plan is “designed around the power of Siri,” Apple claims. It offers subscribers access to the service’s catalog of 90 million songs and over tens of thousands of playlists, including hundreds of new playlists.
How to subscribe to Apple Music Voice Plan?
Customers can subscribe to 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. The trial lasts only for seven days.
After subscribing, they can request Siri to play music on their Apple devices. The new Voice Plan supports Siri-enabled devices, including HomePod mini, AirPods, iPhone, or any other Apple device, and when using CarPlay.
Under the plan, Apple has also added hundreds of playlists created by Apple Music’s editorial experts that are fully optimised just for voice. For instance, users can ask Siri to “Play the dinner party playlist,” “Play something chill,” or even “Play more like this” for a truly personalised music experience. As expected, this feature is available for all Apple Music subscribers.
Subscribers will get a customised in-app experience with suggestions based on their music preferences and a queue of recently played music through Siri. Uses can also check the dedicated “Just Ask Siri” section within the Music app to learn tips to optimise Siri for Apple Music. The new Apple Music plan rolls out in India and 16 other countries later this year.
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