Apple Music launched lossless and Dolby Atmos audio services last month. Subscribers of iPhone, iPad and Mac can get it for free, which is very kind. In fact, Apple Music can also be used on Android devices. Recently, Apple
has also opened lossless and Dolby Atmos for Apple Music on Android devices.
At present, Apple Music provides two levels of lossless and high-definition lossless. The sampling rate of the lossless is 48kHz, and the sampling rate of the high-definition lossless is 48kHz to 192kHz. Users can choose according to their own data flow, storage space, and ear sensitivity, but Apple AirPods series wireless headphones cannot support lossless audio transmission. iPhone needs a wired headset to hear lossless quality sound. And if you want to hear high-definition lossless, you also need a better Lightning interface external DAC.
There are still flagship Android phones with 3.5mm headphone jacks. Even many mobile phones have directly built-in DAC chips, but because of the many models of Android devices, not all functions can be fully supported. For example, some netizens reported that some Android phones do not have the Dolby Atmos option, but lossless audio can be supported. You can install
the Android version of Apple Music directly in the Google Play Store.