This has been an issue for some time, usually off by 1 or 2 tracks, depending on which direction you’ve gone in the play queue. For me, on an iPhone 14 Pro Max running iOS 16.2, no matter which direction I’ve scrolled from the track that is currently playing, tapping ‘Jump to now playing’ lands on the track that is 5 ahead in the queue in relation to the currently playing track. My queue position doesn’t seem to matter - even if I can see the playing track, but the ‘jump’ oval button is visible, tapping it moves me 5 tracks ahead of the currently playing track.
Seems like the over/undershoot used to be a track or 2, but it is definitely 5 tracks now. Not sure if this is a device and/or OS specific issue.
Feels that way - I can’t find release notes on early access releases any more, no idea what, if any user-facing changes have been made, no idea what I should look for or test. What’s the point?
And I spoke too soon here - now tapping ‘jump to now playing’ takes me almost, but not quite, to the track. Not a big deal, certainly doesn’t break the app for me, but it does feel sloppy. So close, ARC, so close!
More interesting is the played songs show back at the end of the queue. Anyone else seeing this?
The songs below have all been played so I have to delete them all when I want to add anything else to the queue.