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According to Apple, the music will change forever.  What is the Coubertin community up to?

According to Apple, the music will change forever. What is the Coubertin community up to?

Apple is urging users to make major changes to the Apple Music Streaming Service. New information appears in the app for users to prepare for the fact that the music will change forever. According to previous information, Apple plans to offer lossless playback of songs. Additionally, the information appears on Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio support.

Apple says the music will change forever. Operation without data loss will come soon

Information on news that an Apple It will be detected in the Android code for Apple Music app and also directly on the web. Recently, users must provide it Play songs at 24 bit / 48 kHzHowever, for true audiophiles, Apple also prepares 24-bit / 192kHz operation. However, once you activate lossless playback, you should expect a significant volume increase. A warning about the size is also found in the Android app icon.

She currently has a three-minute song Apple Music Its size is around 6MB, if you are using 24bit / 48KHz, the size of the same song will increase to 36MB For highest quality at 24 bit / 192kHz, it is 145MB. The advantage of higher quality is, of course, better sound quality. Once Apple unleashes this innovation, it will join the Tidal, Deezer, and Amazon Music HD streaming services, which already offer lossless playback. We should see the same post later this year Spotify.

As for the reference to Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio, this is to be expected This will be just a novelty for the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max headphonesContaining the spatial sound feature. The exact date we receive all this news is unclear. However, behind the scenes information indicates it may be later this week.


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