Apple “has been developing Hi-Res Audio streaming up to 96kHz/24bit in 2016,” Mac Otakara reports, citing “several insiders familiar with Apple.”
“The Lightning terminal with iOS 9 is compatible up to 192kHz/24Bit,” Mac Otakara reports, “but we do not have information on the sampling frequency of Apple Music download music.”
Mac Otakara reports, “Also, many high-end audio manufacturers plan to add audio cables for Lightning to their lineups in 2016, and they apparently are preparing themselves for Apple Music’s Hi-Res Audio.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Higher quality sound is, of course, always welcome!