Apple iOS 8 engnieers were happily surprised when Jonathan Mann dedicated a song to them on their disastrous launch of the iOS 8.0.1. Now, Mann is back with another song and this time he has written a jam on iOS 8’s autocomplete feature. Unlike his previous song, he actually uses an Apple device to get the jam’s creative lyrics in place and the end result is groovy albeit hilarious. Also Read - iPhone users now get Picture-in-Picture mode for YouTube videos worldwideAlso Read - 5 Best apps to download movies for free on Android device to watch Offline
The video is a parody to the autocomplete feature that often has an annoying habit to put words suggestion before you can type what’s really on your mind. The song is in light humor, and in the song, Mann reiterates that he still remains a huge Apple fan. Also Read - PUBG New State receives over 17 million pre-registrations as closed alpha testing ends
Last month, he had written a song for the Apple iOS 8 team after the mishap that occurred post the first update. He said that he was sure the boys at the Apple office were having a bad day, and that inspried him to write the song for them. Mann is known for his ‘Song A Day’ channel on YouTube. He has previously also come up with songs for the iOS 7 backlash last year, as well as the Antennagate on the iPhone 4.
See how Mann uses autocomplete to make the song and maybe try making a one on your own?