Listening to tracks from a variety of albums on Apple Music can be seamless and convenient. Until you find yourself reaching for the volume buttons too frequently. Depending on the track, the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch may jump in loudness between tracks or different audio sources. There is a simple way to quickly make sure the next song doesn't play too loudly (or softly).
AirPods and headphones connected to the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch normally deliver audio in full stereo. In fact, even the external speakers on recent models offer stereo sound. However, there are times when mono audio may be preferred. One reason why iPhone owners might disable stereo would be to share AirPods or a single set of headphones between two people.
Fans of Apple's smallest iPhone have been looking forward to a refresh this year. First appearing on the scene in March 2016, the two-year old design was known for packing updated internals into a familiar 4-inch form factor. Reports point to an updated iPhone SE 2 coming from Apple ahead of this year's WWDC in early June. But what will a redesigned iPhone SE look like?
It's not possible to listen to FM radio using the broadcast airwaves at this time. Radio stations must be accessed over the Internet using a streaming audio app.
With all the bells and whistles Clips has to offer, including Title Cards, overlays, filters, Live Titles, and editing tools, it would still be lacking if it didn't let you add music to your videos. A social media app like Clips has to have music if it's going to compete or share media with the likes of Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook, so of course Apple wasn't going to leave that out. Clips lets you add a soundtrack from a built-in library of themes or add music from your own library. Here's how to do it: