Apple Music could likely get a new service called Spatial Audio on Monday, June 7. With all these features coming to the WWDC 2021, avid listeners could now enjoy the upcoming content on the platform.
Back in May when the feature was first revealed, we never knew anything about it. Luckily, what we only know at the time is it would be announced during the special event which would happen soon. Twitter user @kuromikenny posted earlier that the post about the occasion’s keynote has been deleted since it was spotted by several people.
Apple WWDC to Introduce Spatial Audio This Week
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Apple Music Spatial Audio is reportedly coming to WWDC 2021 this Monday, June 7.
According to Mac World’s report on Sunday, June 6, Apple has already announced that the tracks from Spatial Audio would appear this month together with the introduction of Apple Music Lossless and High-Res Lossless tracks. Indeed, the music-savvy individuals will have an unforgettable time with their HomePod speakers and AirPod headphones while listening to their favorite songs.
For the long-time Apple Music subscribers, your long wait is finally over. The Cupertino giant would be hosting a virtual streaming event entitled “Introducing Spatial Audio” which would occur on Monday, June 7 at 12 PM PT (3 PM ET).
Specifically, the announcement last month only tells about the possible release of the music feature. This time, Apple said that it would deliver a lot of improvement in June for Apple Music. The WWDC 2021 is fast approaching and it could potentially include more information about Spatial Audio during the presentation.
Moreover, we expect other great things to arrive along with the newest audio in town. We are particularly sure that the trend in lossless audio is still trending among music lovers, and we could see it coming this month as well. However, what’s not sure at the time is if it will have a screen time earlier this week.
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What Are the Benefits of the Apple Music Spatial Audio?
On Sunday, June 6, Cult of Mac reported that those Dolby Atmos-supported songs could be incorporated with Spatial Audio.
According to a statement by Apple’s VP of Apple Music and Beats, Oliver Schusser, listening to a song mixed in Dolby Atmos resembles “magic.” He added that the incredible-sounding music would be extra special since it would come from “all around you.”
However, Apple reminded everyone that not all tracks in Apple Music could use the feature. The good news amid that limitation is that “thousands” of songs could adopt the new surround sound experience to improve your listening experience.
Schusser has enumerated some artists who would be added to the feature. This includes Maroon 5, The Weeknd, Gustavo Dudamel, Kacey Musgraves, Ariana Grande, and J Balvin to name a few.
If you want to purchase the Apple Music plan now, you can buy it for $9.99 per month. For a family plan, it would cost a monthly payment of $14.99. For those students who want to begin streaming music on the platform, you could afford it for $4.99. Your plan would also include Spatial Audio for free.
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