Apple Takes Memoji Karaoke To The Next Level In Three New Apple Music Videos

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Apple’s ongoing media blast has continued with three new You can follow us on Twitter, add us to your circle on Google+ or like our Facebook page to keep yourself updated on all the latest from Microsoft, Google, Apple and the Web., this time focusing on Apple Music and Memoji. The three see different artists singling along to songs, but rather than seeing them singing we are instead treated to Memoji.

The whole thing feels very similar to the Animoji karaoke that took the internet by storm last year, and it’s a further example of how Apple is upping its advertising game to not only push hardware, but its services, too.

The three are all online and relatively short, with three different artists involved – Florida Georgia Line, singing Simple; Khalid, singing Talk; and Ariana Grande, singing 7 Rings.

At just over a minute long, the help to remind people of Apple Music as much as they do the Memoji feature that is available on recent iPhones, and with Apple pushing its services business more than ever, it will be hoping to increase its Apple Music subscriber count. I’m not sure that Memoji is necessarily the way to do it, but I don’t know how to run an advertising company, so who am I to say otherwise?

You can check each of the three out for yourself, along with some pretty impressive backgrounds behind the aforementioned avatars, too. All three videos are available to watch on Apple’s YouTube channel right now, as are all of the company’s other recent of this ilk.

Among the other that Apple has been pushing of late is an experiment featuring 32 iPhone XRs mounted on a circular rig and a collection of showing off the capabilities of the iPad Pro. The company also published behind-the-scenes videos from both You can follow us on Twitter, add us to your circle on Google+ or like our Facebook page to keep yourself updated on all the latest from Microsoft, Google, Apple and the Web., showing the equipment used in the making of the iPhone XR ad and all of the apps used to film and edit the “Made with iPad Pro” videos.

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