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iPhone can point out songs with a single tap, here’s how

New Delhi: Did you know that your iPhone can recognise songs playing anywhere in your vicinity with a single tap? The feature has been available for a few years and is part of Apple’s integration with Shazam, a music-recognition service that it purchased in 2018.

This means you don’t even need to download the Shazam app, according to CNBC.

It is simple to set up in three steps:

1.) On your iPhone, go to “Settings.”

2.) Select “Control Center.”

3.) Under “More,” scroll down and tap the green ‘+’ button next to “Music Recognition.

Now, whenever you hear music that you want to identify, simply swipe down from the top-right of your screen – or from the bottom if you have an iPhone with a Home button – to open Control Center and then tap the Shazam button.

Your iPhone will “listen” for a few seconds before displaying the artist and title at the top of the screen. It will also save a history of the songs you’ve identified for later reference.

According to JP Morgan analysts, Apple may produce one out of every four iPhones in India by 2025 as it shifts some of its manufacturing away from China amid rising geopolitical tensions and stringent COVID-19 lockdowns in that nation.

Since it started assembling iPhones in India in 2017 through Wistron and later with Foxconn, the California-based company has made a significant investment in the nation in line with the push for domestic manufacturing made by the Indian government.

Business supply chain relocation plans were hampered by the pandemic, but now that restrictions have been relaxed, more firms, including Apple, are stepping up their efforts this year.

Source: Zee News