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Apple Music Lossless Audio, Spatial Audio, and Dolby Atmos: Everything You Need to Know!

Apple is launching the next generation of the musical era without any extra cost. Now, music lovers can avail themselves with Lossless Audio, Spatial Audio, and Dolby Atmos support without paying any extra money. And, this feature would be available from June onwards for listeners across different platforms and devices.

Lossless audio and other features would make apple a strong competitor against other music platforms like Spotify and Tidal. These things are confusing for beginners and require detailed review before the launch. There are hardware limitations, and some features may work on some devices. 

Subscribers can listen to 75 million songs and soundtracks in lossless audio format. A spatial audio will allows music creators to create a soundtrack using utmost clarity and multidimensional sound. “Apple Music is making its biggest leap ever in sound quality,” says Oliver Schusser, Apple’s vice president of Apple Music and Beats. “Listening to a song in Dolby Atmos is like magic. The music comes from all around you and sounds incredible. We are bringing this truly innovative and immersive experience to our listeners. 

Spatial Audio with Support for Dolby Atmos

Apple is bringing Spatial audio supported with Dolby Atmos, which will enhance music lovers’ experience. Artists can easily mix match sounds worldwide, and apple music will automatically play Dolby atmos tracks on AirPods and selected devices. 

Apple Music platform will curate a special playlist for Dolby Atmos listeners. They can find songs and tracks on a page to navigate using a badge easily. They can enjoy soundtracks from global artists worldwide with different genres like hip hop, Latin, and classical. 

The tech giant and Dolby make it easy for musicians and mix engineers to create songs in a multidimensional atmosphere. “Today marks the introduction of Dolby Atmos on Apple Music — a new music experience that is transforming how music is created by artists for their fans,” said Kevin Yeaman, Dolby Laboratories’ president, and CEO. 


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