Yesterday, Apple unveiled the next big updates for its major platforms, including iOS 15. And the interviews discussion those things are probably coming soon enough. But Apple actually launched a new feature yesterday, by way of Apple Music.
Zane Lowe is currently Apple Music's co-head of Artist Relations, and also one of the service's most prominent radio hosts. So of course Apple would tap him to try and sell the idea of Spatial Audio for the music streaming service.
With iOS 15's announcement out of the way, it's time to get to AirPods.
Dolby Vision offers a richer viewing experience, but support from both the content and the hardware showing it off is needed to enjoy it. And for folks who use the Apple TV app on their Xbox, that support is coming.
Apple Music for Android reportedly won't be updated with support for Dolby Atmos audio when Apple rolls out its new lossless and spatial audio features on Apple Music in June.
Coming a day earlier than expected, Apple today officially announced that Apple Music subscribers can now enjoy spatial audio on the service thanks to Dolby Atmos support. Also, lossless audio will be coming to the entire Apple Music catalog, the company added.
While Tidal may not have as many subscribers as Spotify or Apple Music, one of the benefits of the music streaming service is audio quality. And that trend continues with the latest addition to the service.
Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro that began shipping today packs a lot of punch for a notebook (especially if you go overboard with build-to-order upgrades), but one feature stood out for me in particular — support for Dolby Atmos audio playback.
Apple TV+ is getting plaudits for the quality of its 4K video streaming from FlatpanelsHD editor in chief Rasmus Larsen. In a recent forum post. Larsen said that Apple TV+ has the highest 4K streaming quality they've seen in any service to date.
Apple yesterday launched its original video streaming service, dubbed Apple TV+. Wondering if your gadget is on the list of supported Apple TV+ devices? You’ve come to the right place!
Netflix is elevating your audio experience with higher bitrates "to give you a cinematic experience at home", with up to 768 kb/s audio bitrate available on devices Apple TV 4K and other streamers which support 5.1 surround sound.
Online retail giant Amazon on Wednesday took the wraps off of its updated Fire TV HDMI dongle, which now supports 4K video output, Dolby Atmos surround sound and three major formats for high dynamic range video: HDR10, HDR+ and Dolby Vision.