Apple Music Classical will be launched on March 28th
After Apple’s acquisition of classical music streaming service Primephonic in 2021, Apple has finally announced the launch of a new independent classical music streaming service called Apple Music Classical, which features a new icon design and is set to go live on March 28th.
If users are already subscribed to Apple Music or Apple One services, they can directly use this service. However, if they only subscribe to the Apple Music voice plan, they cannot use the Apple Music Classical service.
Currently, the Apple Music Classical service will be available on devices with iOS 15.4 or above, and an Android version will be released later.
The service will include over 5 million tracks, including classic classical music and recent releases, as well as exclusive content from Apple. Additionally, users can choose to play music in 192kHz/24-bit high-resolution lossless audio quality.
Like the Apple Music service, Apple Music Classical also provides expertly curated playlists, composer biographies, and music appreciation guides, presented in a more intuitive way for users.