Lossless audio quality is the newest Apple Music feature that will be available for its users starting from June.
Users of Apple Music will get to see that a big portion of the list sounds better because it is improved.
On Monday, Apple stated that its music features are including support for high-quality, lossless and non-linear audio via Dolby Atmos and that doesn’t mean it includes additional cost. Starting from next month on June, the users will initially be offered 20 million lossless audio songs, however, by the end of the 2021, Apple will include 75 million of them.
Additionally on Monday, Amazon also came with a statement where it showed that it will make its high-quality streaming line – Amazon Music HD, as part of an unlimited subscription with no additional cost. This streaming tier will have 70 million lossless songs, together with a huge selection of songs that support Dolby Atmos.
Both of these statements show that Amazon is the first company who offered a high-quality streaming music service with only $10 per month, whereas Apple Music will be doing the same thing on June.
Despite the fact that Amazon and Apple haven’t quite specified how many music users they have, it is thought to be that Apple Music is the one who competes with Spotify for domination.
According to Apple, songs in lossless audio are described as the ”way the artists created them in the studio.”, whereas the spatial audio ”gives the artists the opportunity to create immersive audio experiences with true multidimensional sound and clarity.”
When lossless audio becomes available next month, that is when Apple Music users can try it out but only after updating the Apple Music version, then going to Setting, Music and Audio Quality. It depends to you whether you choose to download the song, or use different resolutions for Wi-Fi and mobile phone. The lossless service begins at CD quality by using 16-bit encrypting at a 44.1kHz selected frequency, and it is limited up to 24 bits at 48kHz.
According to Apple, the Dolby Atmos tracks are automatically enlisted in your Apple devices, whether you use Beat headphones, AirPods or built-in speakers.