instead of likespodcast +or “Mail +” which was My opinion by analysts As possible additions to Apple One Subscription package Over the past year, Apple will support Apple Music by turning classical music into a separate app.
last year, Apple announced Their purchase of the Primephonic classical music streaming service, which provided advanced search and browsing features optimized specifically for classical music. At the time, Apple said the best Primephonic elements would become part of Apple Music, providing subscribers with a significantly improved classical music experience.
The company added that it will launch the new “Apple Music” application in 2022 Dedicated to classical musicIt combines the Primephonic user interface and the disciplines of classical music with the Apple Music library and features like Lossless and Spatial Audio.
The name of the new dedicated classical music app was not mentioned at the time. in february, Looks like the name of the new app has been leaked As per beta code: “Apple Classical.” Lines of code from the beta version of Apple Music on Android also hinted at the ability to open a compatible track directly in the new and improved service.
Now, the first beta version of iOS 15.5, Workbook for developers And the Public beta testers Earlier this week, it featured more classic apple tags. iOS 15.5 has “Open in Apple Classical” and “Open this in the new app designed for classical music” in the Music app icon.
Late last year, Apple Post a job For a UX designer to work on a new standalone music app. According to the job description, the candidate was expected to provide UX expertise and new perspectives specifically for Primephonic “in order to help achieve a distinct experience of classical music that would include ‘visual, auditory and sensory’ aspects,” which might provide a hint of what the new application could offer .
While the job listing indicated that the Primephonic branding will continue in some form as part of Apple’s classic offering, it seems possible that it will continue to exist as a subsection of the new “Apple Classical” app.
With evidence mounting of Apple Classical launch preparations, it looks like its launch could be on the horizon in the near future, possibly with the public release of iOS 15.5 or at WWDC in June.
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