Apple has announced the company’s Classical music streaming app, Apple Music Classical,is set to launch on Tuesday, March 28th. At no additional cost, Apple Music subscribers will be able to search an extensive Classical music library by composer, work, conductor, and catalog number. According to Apple, the service’s audio will play in up to 192kHz/24 bit Hi-Res Lossless, along with spatial audio for thousands of the catalog’s songs. The new streaming service will also feature composer biographies, more than 700 curated playlists and “…deep-dive guides for many key works.” On the launch date, Apple Music Classical will be available worldwide except in Japan, South Korea, China and Taiwan.
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