Lossless audio in a future software application upgrade, according to a freshly released Apple Support document. In June, Apple will offer Apple Music subscribers a “Standard” Apple Music Lossless tier with audio up to 48kHz, and “Hi-Res Lossless” with audio between 48kHz and 192kHz. In the assistance file, Apple explains that existing Bluetooth does not support the greater quality format that Apple Music Lossless offers. AirPods Max can be linked to devices playing Hi-Res and lossless Lossless recordings with remarkable audio quality.
In June, Apple will use Apple Music customers a “Standard” Apple Music Lossless tier with audio as much as 48kHz, and “Hi-Res Lossless” with audio between 48kHz and 192kHz. Hi-Res Lossless needs external devices like a USB digital-to-analog converter.
Regardless of assistance for Apple Music Lossless in a future software application update for HomePod and HomePod mini, the AirPods and AirPods Pro will not be getting support. In the support document, Apple explains that present Bluetooth doesn’t support the higher quality format that Apple Music Lossless provides. In addition, AirPods Max will not support Lossless wirelessly, nevertheless, Apple says that using a cable television, the $550 over-ear earphones will play back Lossless audio.
The Lightning to 3.5 mm Audio Cable was developed to allow AirPods Max to link to analog sources for listening to films and music. AirPods Max can be linked to gadgets playing Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless recordings with remarkable audio quality. Provided the analog to digital conversion in the cable television, the playback will not be totally lossless.
Apple Music Lossless and Dolby Atmos will be offered in June with more than 20 million tracks supporting Lossless audio and thousands of tracks supporting Dolby Atmos.