Apple Music for Android will soon get lossless audio, according to a recent APK teardown of the Apple Music app for Android. In an APK teardown of Apple Music for Android, folks at 9to5Google obtained suggestions to the intro of lossless audio, which will join the present options that include ‘higher quality’ audio and ‘lowered information use.’
This, being called the Apple Music HiFi function, is likewise anticipated to be available on iOS, potentially iOS 14.6. According to the referrals found in the code of Apple Music’s Android app, Apple has a caution for those who choose to stream Apple Music HiFi, saying that turning HiFi audio will consume considerably more information.
Apple said that lossless audio files would use substantially more area on users’ gadget in its caution. It says that 10GB of space will keep around 3,000 songs at high quality, 1,000 pieces at lossless quality, and 200 tunes with hi-res lossless quality.
Even more, the business stated that a 3-minute tune would be roughly 1.5 MB with high efficiency, 6MB with high quality at 256kbps, 36MB with lossless audio at 24-bit/ 48Khz, and 145MB with hi-res lossless at 24-bit/192 Khz. Apple likewise says that support depends and varies on song accessibility, network conditions, and connected speaker or earphone capability.
The report also mentions that in a recently-found iOS 14.6 beta, there were recommendations to Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio. Still, the Android app discusses lossless audio with no signs of Dolby integration. The code found in the Apple Music Android app exposes two options for lossless playback – lossless (ALAC up to 24-bit/ 48KHz) and High-Res Lossless (ALAC approximately 24-bit/ 192KHx).
Separately, a report in XDA Developers mentions a post on Reddit that exposes Apple Music on Android to get animated covers. Users will see more vibrant album art that plays like a GIF when users click on a playlist or artist.
It was recently reported that Apple could announce its AirPods 3 as early as May 18 via a press release. A report in AppleTrack and a YouTuber named Luke Miani stated that Apple could inform AirPods 3 through a press release.