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How to find your tunes and artists from 2022 with redesigned Apple Music Replay

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Apple Music Replay 2022 features new insights and functionality, Apple said.
Apple Music Replay 2022 features new insights and functionality, Apple said.
Photo: Apple Music

Apple Music users might want to know how they can review their favorite music from the past year, as users of other music services can do with Spotify Wrapped and the like.

For Apple Music, the answer is Apple Music Replay, which Apple said Tuesday it redesigned for 2022 with more music insights and functionality. It’s updated and available throughout the year. We’ll show you how to find it.

Tesla sneaks Apple Music integration into museum exhibit

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Tesla's interface in the museum exhibit showed Apple Music integration.
Tesla's interface in the museum exhibit showed Apple Music integration.
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It looks like a software update might soon bring Apple Music to Tesla vehicles’ built-in systems at long last. And this modern possibility comes to us from, of all places, a museum exhibit.

Folks spotted Apple Music integrated with Tesla prototype vehicles on display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, and the tweets followed.

Bad Bunny named Apple Music 2022 Artist of the Year

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Bad Bunny named Apple Music 2022 Artist of the Year
In celebration of his chart-topping album and his impact on global pop, Bad Bunny is Apple Music’s Artist of the Year for 2022.
Photo: Apple Music

Bad Bunny is Apple Music’s Artist of the Year for 2022. The award came because of “the musician’s artistic excellence and influence on global culture,” according to Apple.

After being released in May, Un Verano Sin Ti, the artist’s sixth project in four years, is Apple Music’s most streamed album of 2022 and now the biggest Latin album of all time.

Apples hikes prices of Apple TV+, Apple Music and Apple One

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Apple is raising some subscription services costs for the first time.
Apple is raising some subscription services costs for the first time.
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Apple plans to raise the prices of some of its subscription services by $1 to $3 each, reports indicated Monday. The services include Apple TV+, Apple Music and the Apple One subscription bundle.

Users should see the price increases, listed below, with their next subscription renewal.

Apple Music gains Spatial Audio support on select Mercedes-Benz vehicles

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Apple Music with Spatial Audio on MBUX systems
Apple Music now supports Spatial Audio on select Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
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Apple is partnering with Mercedes-Benz to bring Apple Music’s Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos support to select Mercedes vehicles. The feature will be immediately available to Apple Music subscribers with compatible cars.

Apple Music has been available on Mercedes’ MBUX infotainment system since 2021.

Apple Music finally launches on Xbox

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First-time Apple Music subscribers get just a 1-month free trial now (unless they bought an Apple device).
Xbox gamers can now enjoy Apple Music while playing.
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Apple Music is now available on recent versions of Microsoft’s Xbox gaming console. That includes playing songs while gaming.

The streaming music service is already available on PlayStation and other third-party entertainment platforms.

Apple Music hits 100 million song milestone

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Apple Music hits 100 million song milestone
That's a lot of music.
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There are now a whopping 100 million songs available to stream on Apple Music.

That’s “more music than you can listen to in a lifetime, or several lifetimes,” says Rachel Newman, Apple Music’s global head of editorial. “More music than any other platform. Simply the biggest collection of music, in any format, ever.”

Apple Music to sponsor new NFL Super Bowl Halftime Show

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2022's Super Bowl LVI halftime show featured Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and Eminem (not pictured).
2022's Super Bowl LVI halftime show featured Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and Eminem (not pictured).
Photo: NFL

The National Football League brokered a multiyear deal with Apple to bring the Apple Music ​Super Bowl Halftime Show to one of the world’s biggest stages, the league said Friday.

The new halftime show debuts at Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday, February 12, 2023. But most details about it have yet to take the field.

Apple Music Sessions capture exclusive live performances

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Tenille Townes – Apple Music Sessions capture exclusive live performances
Tenille Townes performed at Apple Music’s state-of-the-art studios in Nashville.
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Apple Music Sessions are newly recorded live tracks and videos available only on Apple’s streaming music service. The recordings will be from current stars and emerging artists.

Sessions are starting off in Nashville with Carrie Underwood, Tenille Townes and others, but Apple promises to expand to other music genres soon.

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