Apple decided to give its streaming music service a boost and announced a new lossless version of Apple Music. However, AirPods users they could not enjoy this novelty with his headphones because the bluetooth connection is not enough, but Jon Prosser revealed a detail that would solve this.
Apple Music Lessless
Recently, Apple announced Apple Music Lossless at no additional cost to subscribers, a new quality in the reproduction of music which allows it to be listened to losslessly with a transmission of 16 bits / 44.1 kHz up to 24 bits / 48 kHz and a first line service which will be 24 bits / 192 kHz.
Unfortunately, Apple Music Lossless requires wired headphones. In other words, currently, most AirPods models are not compatible, only AirPods Max have the compatibility to be able to take advantage of this novelty. While it seems like all has not been said, as runaway and informant Jon Prosser said Apple is getting ready a new update for AirPods which would allow this new quality with Apple headphones.
Jon Prosser said via his YouTube channel that an update for AirPods I would add a new type of connection for lossless music
“I was told that with a simple update anytime, Apple is working to make AirPods work on AirPlay … With AirPlay, your device would use bluetooth to discover AirPods as a device, but once connected, it would create a personal Wi-Fi. connection to stream audio between devices. And boom, like that, AirPods are the first wireless headphones to transmit lossless sound. “
There’s little time left to find out what Apple has in store with the launch of Apple Music Lessless, because his arrival is scheduled for next month (June 2021)
Could it be that Prosser is right and Apple can surprise? It would be the first company to offer lossless music, a service that has a lot of it via wireless headphones implementing a new connection system based on their AirPlay.