If you are an Apple fan and you have signed up to be part of the beta program, you may be happy to know that iOS 10.2 beta is finally available for you to download. Apple pushed out this update two days ago bringing some much-needed changes to the platform.
The one big addition is the ‘Preserve Camera Setting’ that allows users to keep the camera mode, live photo settings and photo filter where they were set the last time even if the camera app was shut down. This helpful as you will not be forced to keep adjusting your settings every now and then.
Besides the improved camera app, iOS 10.2 beta also allows users to rate songs (from 1 to 5) on Apple Music. This feature was there but disappeared when Apple released iOS 10 a few months ago. Even though the rating system is back, it is not the same that was back then.
With this new one, you will not be able to access the ratings screen by just tapping on the album cover. You will have to tap on the ellipsis menu on the bottom right of the screen when the song is playing. When you do so, you will be able to access the action sheet that pops up and it is from there where you can choose the ‘Rate Song’ option and then tap on the star rating and click on ‘Done’ and you are good to go.
Keep in mind this is just the beat version of iOS 10.2 and Apple may decide to streamline the ratings process before rolling out the OS to the public.
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