“The downloaded version of the song will always play if available. Currently the downloaded version is in high quality stereo format. If you want play it on Dolby Atmos, you will need to delete the downloaded version“
This is the message that is starting to appear in some Apple Music cases, suggesting that the arrival of high fidelity to the service is imminent
A WWDC with news for developers and musicians
It should not be a coincidence that, right after the Apple keynote, we are going to attend a special event dedicated to Apple Music’s spatial audio. Here is the image of the capture we saw:
So if you have playlists or albums downloaded to your iPhone, Mac, or iPad and want to listen to them in better quality, you will need to delete and repeat this download so that the new top quality is automatically downloaded from the servers.
The music event will start at 9:00 p.m. (Spanish Peninsular Time) and will likely serve to show all viewers how spatial audio is going to work and possibly the quality. lossless of Apple Music songs.
If you have Apple Music, you just need to wait a few hours. It is very likely that the service is activated with a system update and then you can check if you can perceive the difference in quality.
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