Those playlists are rolling out now. There are more than 250 new
playlists, with everything from mood-oriented lists (Yay! or Singing in the Shower) to more specific
activities (All-Nighter, QuinceaÃ±era, or Bachelorette Party).
Of course, these playlists are available to all Apple Music
subscribers, not just those on the Voice Plan, which launches later
this year. They can be a little hard to find, though.
MacStories has put together a nice comprehensive guide to all the new playlists,
with links to every playlist organized into over a dozen
categories. It's a good resource if you want to see all the new
mood and activity playlists in one place. The site also has a Siri
Shortcut you can run on your iPhone that lets you browse all the
playlists by category and launch them directly.
It would be nice if Apple organized the Apple Music app to put
all the mood and activity playlists into one easy-to-find place.
Apple will presumably be launching a new interface for the Apple
Music app with the Voice Plan, so it's likely the playlists will be
spotlighted for subscribers.