The new app will give users a robust, classical music experience with over 5 million tracks, biographies on composers, and lossless audio.
It's technically called "Apple Music Sing," but you get the idea.
The new pricing goes into effect today.
The company is the last major hold-out when it comes to hi-fi streaming, and a dedicated "Platinum" plan might be its solution.
iPadOS 15.2 is also rolling out with a similar feature set.
The keynote being sat 3 p.m. ET.
Here's how Apple Music's new streaming quality features will work on your devices.
The feature is currently live for most users in the first beta of the future iOS update.
It launches this fall and will start at $14.95/month.
Rumor has it it'll use the same tech as iTunes and even let you burn CDs.
Enable the service's Alexa Skill for Apple Music to show up on your TV.
The update also comes with much-needed tweaks to the iPhone 14 Pro's always-on display.
If you're an Apple Music or YouTube Music user, you can now discover which songs, artists, and genres you streamed the most in 2022.
This probably sounds amazing.
Some of the most meaningful expansions of Apple's services to Windows are starting to roll out.
Dolby Atmos is finally available for Apple Music subscribers, and it could lead to a wider trend in the streaming industry as more companies bank on experiences rather than exclusivity.
A future software update will let you get the highest-quality audio out of your music via your HomePod.
Plus, Twitter's upcoming subscription service is reportedly called "Blue."
The feature is now available in the Google Home app.
The feature is now rolling out server-side.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Apple has announced an expansion of its streaming service, Apple Music. Right now, if you want...
The Android app also gets an improved Browse tab and bug fixes.
The feature is rolling out to a few users, but it isn't working just yet.