Nu kommer fler uppgifter som antyder att Apple Music kan komma med ett bättre ljud, Hi-Fi.

Det är i koden i den senaste betaversionen 14.6 beta 1 som det finns referenser till Dolby Atmos, Dolby Audio och Lossless. Det är ljudsystem och det är också ljudlösningar som inte finns i Apple Music, i tjänsten. Apple Music har aldrig erbjudit Dolby Audio eller Dolby Atmos.

9to5Mac can now confirm that a HiFi plan may indeed be coming to Apple Music. In the first beta build of iOS 14.6, which was released last week to developers, we found new code added to the Music app that specifically mentions “Dolby Atmos,” “Dolby Audio,” and “Lossless.” Despite supporting Apple’s own HiFi audio codec ALAC, the Music app has never offered support for Dolby Atmos or Dolby Audio.

What makes it more interesting, however, is that these references were only included in iOS 14.6 beta 1. We also verified the internal files of iOS 14.5 and iOS 14.6 beta 2 (released this week), but the codes are not there. This suggests that the mentions of Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio are indeed related to something new that Apple is trying to hide from us.

For those unfamiliar, HiFi songs have less audio compression, which means they sound better with more detail. TIDAL, for example, has long been well known for offering a HiFi plan, while Spotify recently announced that it’s also working on a version with access to HiFi songs. Apple Music, however, currently only offers songs using the AAC codec with 256kbps bitrate.

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