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Create some NFC cards from your favorite discs so that the iPhone plays them just by bringing them closer

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The NFC has always been somewhat underused on the iPhone, however with the passage of iOS versions it seems that Apple has been opening this technology and now it allows us to use it in impressive ways like the one that has occurred to this user.

If you have been on iOS long enough, or had an iPod, you know that before the music application had an interface called Cover Flow. It was one of the most outstanding innovations that Apple is with the iPod and that came in the first versions of the iPhone, although over time it has finally disappeared. This interface showed the cards side by side and we can move through them very easily.

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Based on this, the user of reedit nfabula has created small cartridges of his favorite albums with an NFC tag inside. Thus when you bring them closer to the iPhone, the device automatically starts playback of this disc in the iPhone music app.

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As Nfabula explains, each mini album contains an NFC tag that activates a shortcut on the iPhone and plays the album on the HomePod. Is about a kind of physical Cover Flow and the result is the less curious and fun.

It is certainly one of the NFC applications that we can use daily, these little tags can be set for many things, like turning off the lights, turning on the TV or just about anything you can think of, provided you have the right devices.