Apple recently released the latest beta version of its iOS operating system, iOS 16.3 beta 2 (build number: 20D5035i) to the eligible iPhones. Along with this, updates for its iPadOS, tvOS, watchOS and macOS Ventura platforms. This release comes after the company acknowledged and addressed a problem with “dirty labels” on Apple Music.
The issue was first detected in August of last year and affected users who were playing harmonized versions of radio broadcasts or playlists on Apple Music. The “dirty labels” referred to the incorrect or misleading information that was displayed for these songs, causing confusion for users.
According to official statements from Apple Support, the problem has been fixed in the latest update to iOS 16.3 beta 2. Users can check if their devices have been updated by going to Settings > General > Software Update, and if the issue persists, they are encouraged to reach out to Apple through Feedback Assistant for further assistance.
This update is a positive step for Apple in addressing user concerns and maintaining the high level of quality and reliability expected of its products. Apple Music continues to be a popular and widely used platform, and this fix will ensure that users have a seamless and enjoyable experience while using the service.