The new update will allow you to stream music at the highest quality possible, with no degradation of sound. You’ll be able to hear every detail and nuance in your favorite songs, albums or playlists like never before.
And it won’t cost you a cent more than what you pay today for Apple Music. With this update, we want everyone who loves listening to music on their iPhone or iPad – whether they’re commuting, working out or hanging out with friends – to have access to the best-sounding streaming service available anywhere.
We hope that when people listen back through their old favorites
Finally, Apple Music is expected to receive long-awaited audio streaming capabilities in June 2021.
Apple Music will be supported with lossless audio and 3D surround sound through Dolby Atmos from the following month.
The good news is that this time, Apple is going out of its way to give these new features for free to its customers (including those on Family & Student Plans).
Apple Music Lossless Audio Update
The lossless audio update for Apple Music subscribers was previously leaked by Apple ahead of the launch.
Apple Music has a library of about 75 million songs, and all of them will be available in CD Quality from next month onwards.
The CD quality, which is 16 bit at 44.1 kHz by default on Apple devices, can be as high as 24 bit at 48 kHz natively. At 24 bits and 192 kHz, the audio quality is unrivaled.
However, there’s a CATCH.
If you want to listen to Apple Music in “High-Resolution Lossless” quality, you’ll need external equipment like a DAC.
— Apple Music (@AppleMusic) December 7, 2021
How Do I Enable Lossless Audio?
When the lossless audio update is released, follow these steps to convert it into an Apple Music subscription.
- To begin, launch Apple Music and go to its Settings menu.
- Click on Audio Quality to reveal a new part of Music. Select audio resolutions based on the type of connection, such as Wi-Fi or Cellular, from this area.\
Apple Music supports spatial audio and Dolby Atmos, both of which are proprietary to Apple.
Spatial sound and Dolby Atmos audio would be the next Apple music update.
It’s possible that Apple Music Subscribers will be enticed to subscribe if it is released. If you use AirPods or Beats headphones (With H1 & W1 Chip), it’s a lot more significant. By default, the newest models of iPhone, iPad, and MAC will include built-in support for spatial audio.
Spatial audio will be accessible to the majority of Apple devices manufactured over the last few years, with the exception of the Apple TV 4K, which is scheduled for release in June 2021.
How to Enable Dolby Atmos?
You can easily enable Dolby Atmos support for other headphones on your Apple Device, just as you would with Lossless Audio. There are three easy steps to follow. All you have to do is-n
- Go to the Settings menu on your iPhone and open Apple Music.
- In the Music Audio section, turn on the Dolby Atmos option and select ALWAYS ON.
What to Expect After Apple Reveals Their Upcoming Update
Lossless audio has become increasingly popular in music streaming applications in recent years. Tidal was the first to offer lossless music in a monthly price of $19.99 when it debuted in January 2016.
Amazon Music HD was made completely free for Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers immediately following Apple’s announcement. The price of an internet security suite has plummeted over the last five years. Today, it’s priced at $9.99, which is less than half the regular industry cost.
The same will happen with Spotify’s plan to launch the HiFi Tier in the months ahead.
Apple has made their music subscription service BANG FOR THE BUCKS for its users with the introduction of lossless audio and 3D surround sound (through Dolby Atmos).
Would you choose Apple Music over Amazon Music Unlimited, Tidal, or even Spotify’s upcoming Hi-Fi technology at $9.99 if the software update happens in June 2021?
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