Apple has unveiled a new music app called Apple Music Classical that is focused on classical music. The app will feature over five million tracks, including both new releases and popular classical pieces. Additionally, it will provide editorial notes such as composer biographies and descriptions of key works. The tracks will be available in up to 192 kHz/24 bit Hi-Res Lossless, and some will even support spatial audio.
Although the app has been announced, it has not yet been launched. However, users can schedule the app to download as soon as it becomes available on March 28th without needing to do anything when it launches.
To do so, follow these simple steps: first, open the App Store on your iPhone and go to the Apple Music Classical app listing. Then tap the “Get” button and use the side button to confirm the action.
It’s important to note that to use Apple Music Classical, you need to subscribe to Apple Music through an Individual, Student, Family, or Apple One subscription. The app will be available globally, except for users in China, Japan, Korea, Russia, Taiwan, Turkey, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
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