Apple’s humor with new information has been discovered is recommended the idea that Apple Music is about to launch a new HiFi platform, MacRumors they say. On Apple Music’s page, there’s a 15-second video (below) showing off Apple’s logo and message: “Get ready – music is about to change forever.”
In addition, Producer Stijn de Vries he found logos in the middle of the Apple Music page showing the “Lossless” and “Hi-Res Lossless” logo. These can be used as badges for songs stored with non-existent words, such as MacRumors he says.
Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless music descriptions were also available yesterday within the Apple Music launch program, such as 9to5Mac reports. This was found in close proximity to Dolby Atmos, which means that Apple Music can include not only high-quality music, but also a moving 3D soundtrack.
All of these jibes are past rumors that Apple is making new Music. Lost messages and Dolby Atmos were we have already seen it in iOS beta code 14.6, and the word “lost” (though not Dolby Atmos) also appeared Apple Music for Android.
We are also looking forward to third-generation AirPods with earplugs and ear-splitting options. These rumors are backed up by a number of sources, including a reliable Apple expert Ming Chi-Kuo. Both may be released on the morning of May 18, according to another rumor.
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