Apple Music is getting Dolby Atmos, Spatial Audio, and Lossless Audio features for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV 4K users. However, Lossless Audio will not be supported by AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, or Beats wireless headphones.
Apple announced at the WWDC 2021 event that new features have been started rolling out. The new features were revealed a few weeks ago and are now available for Apple devices.
According to Apple, for some users, restarting their smartphones activates the new features. However, some users say that they did not get new features even after restarting their device.
According to MacRumors, some users may not get the feature after restarting, therefore they will have to wait till Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio become accessible for them. Once the features are available to all users, a new option will appear in the Music area of the Settings app. Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos can be set to Off, Always-On, or Automatic.
The automatic option will recognise output accessories that enable the function, such as AirPods and compatible Beats. Other headphones, on the other hand, need you to manually choose the Always on option.
Aside from that, the Apple Music interface has seen some minor changes. In addition, in the Music app, you can see which albums support Spatial Audio and Lossless Audio.
After receiving the update, in the album’s details section, users will find new labels.
Please keep in mind that the newer Apple Music function has yet to reach Indian users, and it appears that it will take some time for it to reach everyone.