Apple Music Is Introducing Lossless Audio and Dolby Atmos Support For The Indian Consumers


The long-awaited Apple Lossless Audio with Dolby Atmos support is finally out. Apple previously labeled its official website as “coming soon” for audio features.

However, the long wait is over as Apple updated it on their website, and it’s finally here. The developer team has already begun the updates and developments of this Lossless Audio with Dolby Atmos support. Thus, making it more refined than ever.


Lossless Audio

What are some of its features?

The Apple development team first introduced the features in May last year, and most markets began getting updates in June this year after the WWDC 2021 event.

It has a whole catalog of features. It provides crisp quality in sound. Users will be able to experience spatial audio with the support of Dolby Atmos. Lossless audio improves the definition and clarity of sound.

Its audio compatibility with AirPods is astronomical, and Beats headphones with H1 or W1 chips.

You can use the feature to the fullest as Apple Music has specially curated playlists that use spatial audio.

In June, Apple upgraded all its soundtracks with ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec). This feature allows the app to retain details of all sounds inserted by the author.

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What devices is it compatible with?

The iPhone 12 series, the latest iPad, and Mac built-in speakers also support this feature.

The features will also be available to Apple Music users on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV 4K. It will also not require any additional charges.

Apple also announced that Apple Music users on Android would soon get an update.

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