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Apple Music Classical: no iPad (and Mac?) version at launch

Apple today announced that its Apple Music Classical app will be available for download on March 28 on the App Store. Be careful though, there will only be an iPhone version at launch.

Indeed, Apple has confirmed that Apple Music Classical will not be available on iPad, at least at launch. We can suspect that it will be possible to run the iPhone version on the tablet, but the interface will not be suitable for the big screen. We will have to wait for an update to have native support for iPads. When ? There is no information on the subject.

Another element is the Mac. Obviously, Apple Music Classical will not be available on macOS at launch. We can still suspect that support will take place later, but Apple does not communicate anything specific on the subject.

As much as Apple remains silent for its own devices, the group confirms that an Android version is under development and will be available soon. However, there is no information regarding the release date.

Apple Music Classical will be a streaming application dedicated to classical music. Here’s how Apple presents it:

Instantly find any recording in the world’s largest catalog of classical music using a search tool specifically designed for the classical genre. Enjoy optimal audio quality (up to 192 kHz/24-bit high resolution without loss) and rediscover your favorite classical music tracks thanks to spatial audio, without any advertising.

An Apple Music subscription is enough to enjoy it, there is no need to pay extra, which is good news for classical music lovers.

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