Apple Music was launched in 2015 and is an instant hit service from Apple. Perhaps, for this reason, Apple has always improved this service or rather an app on its iOS devices. Apart from a few minor changes, repetition of songs and albums has caught the attention of the blogosphere. If you want to know how to do this, check out this tutorial to repeat or shuffle songs or playlists in Apple Music on iPhone and iPad running iOS 13.
Unlike iOS 12, Apple has done a bit more complicated repeating a song or album in their music folder in iOS 13. In their previous software version, users could easily play the same song over and over again by tapping Now Play and then swiping the screen. In their current software update, you need to follow a few steps to replay any song or album.
How to mix songs in Apple Music on iPhone and iPad running on iOS 1
Step # 1. Launch Apple Music app on your iPhone.
Step 2. Select any song from the album or playlist.
Step # 3. While the song is playing on your device, touch now playing the strip which is near the bottom of the screen .
This will bring up the Up Next section, which shows the songs not yet played on your device.
Step 4. Now press three horizontal lines at the bottom right of the screen of the device.
Step # 5. On the far right side of Up Next, you'll find the repeat button; press the button once to repeat the album and press twice to repeat the song.
You can see a slight change in the repetition icon; you can see a small digit (1) near the two arrows.
I think it was easier for iOS 12 users to repeat a song or the entire album and playlist on their iOS devices. With iOS 13, performing the same thing has become a step more complex.
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