Apple Music will be holding a special event right after the opening keynote of WWDC ends on June 7. This event is not on the WWDC 2021 schedule and is related to Spatial Audio.
Apple has released a new support page about lossless audio in Apple Music clearing all the confusion surrounding its playback on the HomePod and AirPods.
Starting next month, Apple will be offering lossless music streaming in Apple Music along with Dolby Atmos and Spatial Audio support. The lossless music streaming will be available for free to existing Apple Music subscribers, which is why a lot of users are excited about it. However, there’s a lot of confusion surrounding Apple Music’s lossless streaming and the devices it will support. Read below to clear all your doubts.
Apple Music is known for seamless connectivity with CarPlay. Now iPhone users are complaining that Apple Music app is crashing when launched with CarPlay. Moreover, the issue is currently impacting only those running iOS 14.5.1. The users have taken to Reddit and highlighted a similar problem.
Apple today announced a lossless streaming tier of Apple Music, which is due to launch next month. The lossless streaming tier of Apple Music will stream music in CD-quality on compatible devices, with Apple also offering Hi-Res streaming on compatible devices.
Apple has announced that it is bringing lossless music streaming to Apple Music this June. Apple Music subscribers will be gaining access to Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos at no extra cost.
Apple is rumored to launch a Hi-Fi music streaming tier of Apple Music later this week on May 18. Ahead of that, the company seems to be hinting at the tier’s impending launch through its Music app.
Apple Music is one of the biggest music streaming services out there to not feature a free ad-supported tier. Apple instead offers users a lengthy 3-month trial period after which they need to shell out $9.99/month. If you thought that Apple could eventually launch a free tier of Apple Music like Spotify, well that’s not going to happen.
Typically Apple offers three months of trial for students and other subscribers as well. The company has now extended the offer to six months for students. Simply put, students will not be able to avail six months of a free Apple Music trial. The offer is available for higher education students in select countries.
A number of iPhone and iPad owners are experiencing an outage with Apple Music right now. Due to the service outage, users are currently unable to stream music from Apple Music. They are also unable to search for music or view their library and are instead being greeted with a “We’ve run into a problem” error.