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Apple Music Classical App Starts By The End Of March

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Apple has confirmed the imminent launch of the Apple Music Classical app. According to the company, the largest classical music catalog in the world will soon be available exclusively on the iPhone. The app should be available for download at the end of March.

In the App Store, Apple is currently citing March 28, 2023, as the expected release date. The new classic app is based on the former music streaming service Primephonic, which Apple acquired in 2021. The beta test of the new app has been running for some time.

From now on you can register to download the app. Apple Music Classical has been released for pre-order in the App Store.

That’s what the app offers, that’s what it costs

The app will be available at no additional cost to Apple Music subscribers on March 28, 2023. iOS 15.4 and higher is required. Apple has also already confirmed that the release for Android is being worked on. If you want to try Apple Music Classical, you need a subscription (individual or family subscription). The Music Voice subscription, which is activated via Siri and costs only 5 euros, is not supported. The Classical library features over 5 million classical tracks, curated playlists, high-quality audio files, composer biographies, and more, according to Apple.

There is now more information about the offer in the App Store. There it says:

Available features of Apple Music Classical

  • Unlimited access to the world’s largest classical music catalog (over 5 million tracks) featuring new releases, famous masterpieces, and thousands of exclusive albums.
  • Search by composer, work, conductor, or even catalog number and find specific recordings instantly.
  • Hear in the highest audio quality (up to 192kHz/24-bit HiRes Lossless) and enjoy thousands of recordings in immersive surround sound with Dolby Atmos.
  • Enjoy complete and accurate metadata so you know exactly what and who you’re playing.
  • Learn while you listen with thousands of composer biographies, descriptions of key works, and more.
  • Listen to compatible wireless devices via AirPlay.
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