Apple may have bigger plans for the next week than initially thought, and it looks like there might be a surprise announcement in the Apple Music HD streaming category.
He mentioned report From 9to5Google, the latest beta of the service app for Android included direct references to High-Resolution Audio, which did not exist before.
And Apple Music offers only two quality options: one for higher quality and one for lower data usage.
These options are available as a simple alternative, generally allowing you to use less data when broadcasting while not connected to a wireless network.
And with the beta version of Apple Music 3.6.0 for Android, there are indications of high-quality audio streams and download options coming to Apple Music for Android.
And Apple places a prominent warning about the amount of data and storage used by high-quality audio, and the warning says: Audio files without loss preserves all the details of the original file, and playing this leads to significantly more data consumption.
And he adds: The audio files without wasting use much more space on your device, and the 10 GB space can store nearly 3000 high-quality songs, 1000 songs without loss, or 200 songs with high quality without loss.
Apple continues its warning, saying: The broadcast consumes significantly more data without losing significantly, and a 3-minute song needs about 1.5 MB in high efficiency or 6 MB in HD at 256 Kbps or 36 MB without loss at 24 bits / 48 kHz. Or 145 MB with high resolution without loss at a rate of 24 bits / 192 kHz, support varies and depends on song availability, network conditions, and the capacity of the connected speaker or headphone.
The fact that Apple has now added this data to the Android app indicates that this may happen sooner rather than later, because the Apple One package appeared in Apple Music for Android a few days before its public announcement.
The Android application code reveals that Apple Music offers two lossless playback options: the first without lossless ALAC up to 24-bit / 48kHz, and the second in high-definition lossless ALAC up to 24-bit / 192kHz.
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