Apple and Dolby Laboratories cooperate to launch Apple Music spatial sound effects

Apple officially announced that it will cooperate with Dolby Laboratories to launch spatial sound effects on Apple Music. Subscribers can enjoy 75 million lossless songs. The next version of Apple Music will be launched to subscribers in June 2021 at no additional cost.

It is said that Apple Music can theoretically automatically play Dolby Atmos audio on all AirPods and Beats headsets equipped with H1 or W1 chips and the latest versions of iPhone, iPad and Mac; albums that support Dolby Atmos will be available on the details page Label.

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Apple will use ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec) to preserve every bit of the original audio file. This means that Apple Music users will be able to enjoy the best audio experience. Users can use the latest version of Apple Music to turn on this feature in Settings> Music> Audio Quality. You need to choose different bitrates (including downloads) for cellular networks and Wi-Fi.

The lossless format of Apple Music is based on CD quality. The CD quality is 44.1 kHz (16bit), up to 48 kHz (24bit), and supports local playback on Apple devices. For true enthusiasts, Apple Music also provides up to 192 kHz up to 24bit lossless high bit rate format.


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