Apple music, the music service of the cupertino house, could be about to receive a new subscription plan that can allow access to the songs in high fidelity. This indiscretion began to circulate recently and was further enacted by one of the discoveries made by colleagues of 9to5mac within the code of the first beta of ios 14.6 (joined to beta 2 just last week,) from which emerge the first concrete references to a possible hifi subscription plan. In particular, the presence of strings of apple music code refer to “dolby atmos,” “audio sweetby” and lossless.

This is an interesting novelty, as the application – at the moment – does not support the formats of dolby, but only the proprietary codec hifi alac made by apple. As a matter of indiscretions, we invite you to take them with the pliers, waiting for the official announcement by apple.