From next month, Apple Music subscribers will see the bulk of their table gain in audio quality. In June, Apple announced on Monday that the service would add support for its audio-spatial audio format (compatible with Airports Pro and Max) as well as Dolby Atmos and high-res audio.
20 million songs will soon be added to “Lossless” for a total of 75 million songs by the end of 2021. To enjoy it you need to make sure you have the latest version of Apple Music Settings, music, Then Audio quality To implement the appropriate setting. You can choose different definitions for cellular and wifi connections or download the song.
If you use Apple devices, this service will add different models ranging from 16-bit 44.1Hz CD quality to 24bit 48Hz. With some audio equipment from other brands, you can even achieve 24 bit high-res quality at 192 kHz. If you have an H1 or W1 chip fitted with Apple Music i Airboats or Beats headphones, or listen to built-in speakers on the latest versions of the iPhone, iPod, and Mac, you will automatically receive tracks from Dolby Atmos. Albums available on Dolby Atmos will be marked with a badge that will allow you to find them on the service.
“Listening to a song on Dolby Atmos is like magic”, Oliver Susser, vice president of Apple Music and Beats, said in a statement. “The music comes from all around you, it’s amazingAmazon on Monday revealed that its high-quality streaming package Amazon Music HD will not be available at extra cost to Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers.
Of these, 70 million titles are undefeated, with the maximum number of models being equivalent to Apple, as well as a selection of titles that support Dolby Atmos.