Dolby Atmos and lossless streaming will be offered by Apple Music

After clues in iOS 14.6 beta code, Apple has officially announced that from the next month they are going to offer Dolby Atmos and lossless streaming. After all the hints and rumors, people are going to get two high-quality options through the streaming service. The best thing is that Apple Music subscribers are going to have access to both without any special costs. Isn’t this interesting? But remember that the feature will be available for the people from next month only.

Apple AirPods Max is properly equipped with spatial audio capabilities. But the headphones are only going to work excellently with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. There is not yet much compatible content for headphones. In addition to Dolby Atmos to Apple Music, you are going to enjoy an immersive option for listening to music akin to Tidal HiFi and Amazon Music HD. Dolby Atmos Music and Sony 360 Reality Audio, both of the services will be supported. Apple says that streaming service will start playing music with Dolby Atmos on all AirPods and Beats earbuds.

Furthermore, Apple has made a promise that they will make the Dolby Atmos content easy to be accessed with curated playlists and special badges. However, the company has not given any specifics about the song library. But has said that there will thousands of music. No proper numbers of songs are given yet. Apple is trying harder to collaborate with Dolby Atmos so that it becomes easier for artists, producers to create music in Dolby Atmos.

Ergo, this whole idea is going to capture a number of audiences. Just get ready for the Dolby Atmos and lossless streaming from next month.