For some reason or another, no matter how advanced Apple, and subsequently the iPhone, becomes, there are still certain little quirks that drive users absolutely insane. Like how about when you're trying to update your software and there's not enough storage? Or when your phone decides to turn off out of nowhere even though you have 20% battery left? Yeah, these are the moments most iPhone users are pretty darn familiar with — unfortunately. Another moment we're getting sick of? The SAME FREAKIN' SONG AUTOPLAYING EVERY TIME YOU SYNC TO THE CAR! It's based on the first song in your iTunes library essentially which sure, isn't the worst thing in the world, but every—single—time? Eh, not so much.
According to The Verge there's a few suitable options for circumventing this incredibly annoying feature. Unless, of course your favorite song happens to be first on your iTunes, in which case just go ahead and ignore us —
"Depending on your car’s make and model, it may be possible to turn off autoplaying in your vehicle’s Bluetooth settings. Even if there’s no autoplay switch, there may be default volume settings that you can adjust so you don’t experience hearing loss when whichever song sits perched at the top of your iTunes starts playing."
"Tired of waiting for Apple to correct the bug, a few geniuses have taken it upon themselves to devise a clever solution: producing completely silent, “blank songs” for download, then giving them titles with a lot of A’s that places them at the top of your iTunes list."
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