Apple Music begins rolling out lossless streaming and Dolby Atmos spatial audio
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Apple Music begins rolling out lossless streaming and Dolby Atmos spatial audio

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Apple Music has flipped the switch on its previously announced lossless-quality streaming and spatial audio features. Starting now, if you’ve got the latest iOS, iPadOS, and macOS updates installed, you’ll be able to stream select tracks both in standard lossless/CD-quality audio and high-resolution lossless (if you have an external DAC for the latter).

Apple said both features would arrive “today” during the WWDC keynote, but it took many hours after the event concluded before customers started seeing them appear in the app. You still might not if the rollout hasn’t reached you yet. The update is server-side on Apple’s part.

Be aware that lossless audio files take up considerably more storage when downloaded and also burn through more…

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