Apple has announced that it will receive two major updates to its Apple Music music in June. The app supports high quality, lossless audio and new spatial audio with the Dolby Atmos feature.
It is important to note that this new feature is available for free to all subscribers. However, it is limited to Apple Music and is for subscribers only.
According to The Verge, by the end of 2021, Apple will have added 75 million lossless audio songs to its list of entertainment for its users.
Those who want to activate their lossless audio should install the latest version of Apple Music and open the settings on their iPhone. The audio quality settings in the Music section allow users to select these lossless audio settings.
In addition, Spatial Audio and Dolby Atmos are a big step forward for the audio technology giant, and this new technology allows Apple users to listen to even more hybrid blends via Beat headphones with their AirPod or H1 or W1 chip.
Spatial audio is played by default on the latest iPhones, iPads and Macs, and Apple users only need to go to their settings and turn Dolby Atmos ‘Always active’.
As loss-free audio continues to gain popularity among consumers, other music streaming applications have also come to the fore. Amazon Music has announced that HD Music will be available for free to unlimited subscribers of Amazon Music, and Spotify also shared plans to launch its hifi layer later this year.