Earlier today, Apple announced at WWDC 2021 that Apple Music Lossless and the Spatial Audio feature will be available to all users today. Now the company is finally distributing these features to Apple Music subscribers.
Apple announced Spatial Audio and Lossless songs for Apple Music in May, but both features have not yet been released to consumers. During today’s opening event for WWDC 2021, the company confirmed that users will receive these Apple Music updates today, although they did not mention specific times.
Fortunately, as the day is not over yet, there still seems to be time for Apple to deliver on its promise. Spatial Audio activation options with Dolby Atmos and Lossless songs are finally showing up for Apple Music subscribers running iOS 1
Surround sound brings captivating 3D sound through AirPods, Beats and other compatible headphones. Lossless, on the other hand, provides high-quality songs with really low compression, which reveals more details when listening to very high-quality headphones or speakers. Apple does not charge Apple Music subscribers extra for these features.
In the Music app, users will see which songs are available in Dolby Atmos for Spatial Audio and Lossless. The new menus will also appear in the Music app settings to enable and disable both options.
Do you already see lossless songs and the Spatial Audio option in your Apple Music app? Let us know in the comments below.
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