Last week, Apple announced that Apple Music would bring a more interactive sing-along experience with Apple Music Sing. However, Apple has noted that the upcoming feature will be on only iPhones, iPads, and Apple TVs, and it will be compatible with the following models:
- iPhone 11 / Pro / Pro Max
- iPhone 12 / mini / Pro / Pro Max
- iPhone 13 / mini / Pro / Pro Max
- iPhone 14 / Plus / Pro / Pro Max
- iPhone SE (3rd generation or later)
- iPad mini (6th generation)
- iPad (9th generation or later)
- iPad Air (4th generation or later)
- iPad Pro 11-inch (3rd generation or later)
- iPad Pro 12.9-inch (5th generation or later)
- Apple TV 4K (3rd generation, 2022)
In other words, any iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV with an A13 Bionic chip or newer will support the upcoming feature. However, what’s interesting is that even though the iPhone SE (2nd generation) sports the same A13 chip as the iPhone 11, it will not support that feature. It could be because the iPhone SE has less RAM of 3GB vs 4GB on the iPhone 11. On the contrary, the iPad 9 does have 3GB RAM, yet it will still support Apple Music Sing. We’ll update this article for any clarifications.
Apple Music Sing will come to iOS 16.2, iPadOS 16.2, and tvOS 16.2; all of these updates should be released within a couple of weeks. Music has always been an important part of Apple, and by offering Apple Music across all of its products, the deep integrations could not get any better with the upcoming Apple Music Sing.