Here’s why the AirPods Max don’t support Apple Music’s lossless audio

Here’s why the AirPods Max don’t support Apple Music’s lossless audio

Apple took the music world by storm last night with its new lossless tier announcement. The company is offering high-fidelity music streaming for all Apple Music subscribers for free. The iPhone maker will offer lossless quality in three tiers.  CD-quality (16-bit depth/44.1KHz sampling rate), 24-bit depth/48KHz, 24-bit depth/192KHz sampling rate. [Read: What’s bit depth? And how does it impact music?] If you’re an Apple fan, you’d expect that its $550 headphones, the AirPods Max, will support hi-fi music streaming out of the box — at least the CD-quality tier. But that’s not the case. Apple said that its expensive cans only…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple

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Harold Botello Maya

Harold Botello Maya started working for Korean News Feeds in 2019. Harold grew up in a small town in northern Texas, but moved to New York for university. Before joining Korean News Feeds, Harold briefly worked as an independent journalist for several news sites. He covers politics and economy stories.

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