Apple Music Lossless Music and Spatial Audio goes official

At the Apple WWDC 2021 Developer Conference today, Apple officially announced the launch of lossless music and spatial audio technology for Apple Music. Apple’s spatial audio function is based on Dolby Atmos. Computational audio technology brings users an immersive experience. Currently, music that supports this technology is available in the Apple Music application.

Apple announced that it will expand its spatial audio capabilities to tvOS this fall. After that, users can enjoy 3D panoramic sound effects when watching movies on TV in the living room. Supported devices include AirPods Pro and AirPods Max.

When walking indoors, the sound positioning will also be adjusted at any time according to the user’s posture. In addition, Beats headphones equipped with H1 or W1 chips also support 3D spatial sound effects.

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Apple said that the spatial audio technology also supports MacBook and iPad equipped with M1 chip, so users can enjoy the effect in the Apple ecosystem. Apple also said that it has cooperated with singers such as Ariana Grande, Maroon 5, and Kacey Musgraves to bring more music that supports Dolby Atmos on the Apple Music platform.

Apple has also launched a lossless music format on the Apple Music platform, including a variety of specifications from 24bit/48kHz to 24bit/192kHz, similar to Sony’s Hi-Res audio. According to the official, there is currently about 20 million lossless audio in the Apple Music library, and this number will be expanded to 75 million by the end of this year.

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