A few months ago Apple announced that it would be gradually rolling out support for Lossless and Dolby Atmos to its in-house music streaming service Apple Music. Initially, Apple Music started with this support for about 20 million songs, and by the end of the year the entire catalog should be available in lossless format.
like a team 9to5Mac Now reported, it looks like Apple has been able to put a big hook behind the matter as of December 28, 2021. Now all available 90 million tracks should be available accordingly. 9to5Mac explains:
“9to5Mac can’t confirm that each of Apple Music’s 90 million songs is truly lossless, but after searching various artists, we couldn’t find a single, EP, album, collection, or greatest hits collection that’s available.” Wasn’t. In flawless.”
You can find out whether an album or playlist is in a lossless format on the content’s description page. There you’ll find the corresponding icons for Dolby Atmos, Lossless or Apple Digital Master, if available, under the big buttons for playing or mixing songs.
Following the announcement, there were some critical voices about the lossless format on Apple Music. Because the lossless format couldn’t be heard with Apple’s AirPods, not even Hi-Fi headphones with a wired connection, the AirPods Max. Only Dolby Atmos is supported on iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple TVs with headphones including the W1 and H1 chips. In addition, at least iOS 14.6 must be installed. HomePod Mini doesn’t currently support lossless, but this option should be available in a future update. To be able to fully enjoy lossless, wired headphones, such as the Sony WH-1000XM4, is currently essential.
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