The company said in an update that SharePlay will be disabled in future beta versions of iOS 15, iPadOS15, tvOS 15, and macOS Monterey.
âSharePlay will also be disabled for use in their initial versions this fall. SharePlay will be re-enabled for use again in future developer beta releases and will be released to the public in software updates later this fall,â Apple informed. .
With SharePlay, users can share experiences while connecting with friends on FaceTime, including listening to songs with Apple Music, watching a synced TV show or movie, or sharing their screen to view apps together.
SharePlay will work on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, and with shared playback controls, anyone in a SharePlay session can play, pause, or skip forward. SharePlay has also been extended to Apple TV.
“We are delighted with the high level of enthusiasm we have seen from the developer community for SharePlay, and we look forward to bringing it to users so that they can experience your apps with their friends and family. a whole new way, âsaid Apple.
This is the first major feature of iOS 15 to be removed from the launch version.