Today we saw the addition of an ad to the Apple Music app, which probably refers to the launch of the HiFi service. Now a new logo for Lossless streaming capability has been spotted on the Apple Music website, fueling previous rumors.
A design called Stijn de Vries on the page Your personal Twitter Announced that it has found the Lossless logo from the web version of Apple Music. Of course, apparently another logo called Hi-Res Lossless has been designed, which is shared by the same source. The two logos are not currently visible on the Apple Music website, so it looks like Apple has removed them quickly.
Two logos in the “Lossless” format will probably be placed next to the songs as a symbol to indicate their higher quality. Earlier on the Apple Music website, there were hints of the new service’s capabilities, including the Dolby Atmos sound.
According to previous rumors, Apple will probably unveil Apple’s new Hi-Fi music service tomorrow. Sources in the music distribution industry said the service would likely charge an additional $ 9.99 from Apple Music subscribers. Reports suggest that the third generation AirPod may be introduced with the same service.
We expect the AirPad 3 to be similar in design to the AirPad Pro. But the difference between the two devices will be in the presence of advanced features such as noise cancellation. The device has been rumored for a long time, but Ming-Chi Koo, a well-known Apple analyst, believes that mass production will take place in the third quarter of 2021.
Spotify, Apple’s biggest competitor in the world of music streaming, announced the launch of a similar service called Spotify HiFi a few months ago. The service is expected to be available to a number of users in selected markets later this year.