Apple Music Lossless Audio streaming, Spatial Audio and Dolby Atmos will eventually be available to all subscribers in India using the application on iOS, Android and desktop. Apple Music’s high-quality audio format was announced worldwide last week. But these new features have not yet appeared in the Apple Music app in India. Apple is providing these audio formats for free to Apple Music subscribers. According to a report, these features are now available in the beta version of Apple Music for Android.
Apple Music’s new audio formats—spatial audio, Dolby Atmos, and lossless audio streaming—are expected to be available to Indian customers soon. The Apple Music India website mentions that these features will be launched in India “soon”. However, Apple has not yet promised a release date.
Since the new features were announced last week, many users claim to have seen support for them on the Apple Music app. User (@varunkrish) Tweet After the initial appearance, they could not access the new format on Apple Music.Users (@kashyap_DL) say they can view Spatial audio function on the app, and another user (@Shaileshhari03) Tweet They can access lossless audio and Dolby Atmos on the app.
Looking at how some users can watch while others cannot watch, it can be speculated that for Apple Music subscribers in India, a new audio format will arrive sooner or later.
Apple Music subscribers on Android will also be able to experience Dolby Atmos, spatial audio, and lossless audio streaming. According to 9to5Google reports, these features have appeared on Apple Music Beta 3.6.0 Beta. Users who want to use the new features need to register for the Beta channel in the Google Play store.
In addition, in addition to high-quality and low-data usage audio options, Android users can also access lossless audio-such as “lossless” and “high-resolution lossless”. “High Res Lossless” will stream audio at up to 24-bit/192kHz, while the standard “lossless” format will stream audio at 24-bit/48kHz, using Apple’s ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec ) Codec instead of AAC codec.