According to the information discovered by the MacRumors from the iOS 14.6 beta code, Apple plans to provide HiFi support in Apple Music for subscribers and users with compatible devices (such as AirPods Max).
In the first test version of the iOS 14.6 update, “lossless audio”, “high-quality stereo streaming” and “HiFi” were mentioned in the Apple Music code. The attached code indicates that HiFi live broadcast may be limited to certain AirPods, such as AirPods Pro, AirPods Max and subsequent models.
It is speculated that users without AirPods can also get HiFi support, although it is not known whether Apple will have certain hardware requirements for speakers, headphones, etc. to support HiFi Apple music streaming.
Words such as “route incompatible” and “route incompatible” indicate that just as spatial audio is limited to AirPods Pro and AirPods Max, HiFi Apple Music streaming may be limited to a certain generation of AirPods and other compatible devices.
Other codes in the beta show that Apple can add a dynamic way to Apple Music to switch between standard, compressed audio streaming and high-fidelity sound quality. On the 5G-equipped iPhone 12, Apple has a “smart data mode” that can automatically switch between 5G and 4G/LTE connections based on the user’s current needs, connection strength, and battery life.
According to the code in the beta version, Apple may take a similar approach to Apple Music’s HiFi support, providing users with high-fidelity audio streams only when there is sufficient bandwidth or depending on other factors (such as user data consumption).
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