At the beginning of this month, 9to5Mac found evidence that Apple is preparing to launch lossless products in Music, and now its sister site has found more information about potential upgrades. 9to5Google disassembled the latest version of the Apple Music application for Android APK and found that the code snippets referenced two different levels of high-fidelity audio: "lossless" and "high-resolution lossless." According to reports, the former will encode songs up to 48kHz in Apple’s ALAC codec, while the latter will further improve the quality to 192kHz.
The code of Apple Music 3.6 for Android obviously does not mention Dolby Atmos or Dolby Audio. Apple mentioned both in iOS 14.6 beta 1, and subsequently deleted the high-fidelity service in beta 2. Any mention. If iOS 14.6 provides high-quality streaming, the company is likely to launch a HiFi layer before Spotify later this year.