After developers, Apple has now pushed off the iOS 17.1 beta for its public testers along with a handful of improvements and a new ‘Custom Playlist Artwork’ feature for Apple Music. For the first time, the respective app will provide a color-matched playlist palette to its users.
The information reveals that the tech giant is bringing a total of eight new custom playlist artwork segments with the Apple iOS 17.1 beta update. It will appear in different shapes, patterns, as well as gradients. Whereas, the title of the playlist will show up in the top-left corner of this artwork.
It is worth noting that impressive shades in this artwork work similarly to Dynamic theming. In other words, it picks colors from the album artwork of whatever song is first in the playlist. The playlist displays the first four album artworks, but users can customize it with images from their Photos or Files.
On the flip side, you can alter and control songs from the lock screen while suggesting new songs in the playlist. Eventually, the entire change splashes a unique look to the app and makes it easy for users to set a distinct layout for each playlist that fits in Apple Music’s interface.