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Apple Music sets date for Lossless Audio, Amazon Music reacts by slashing HD fees – The Music Network

Apple Music is bringing lossless audio to its entire 75 million-strong catalogue in June.

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After weeks of speculation, Apple Music confirmed that it bringing lossless audio to its entire 75 million-strong catalogue in June and it will be at no additional cost.
It will be part of its regular subscription ($11.99 in Australia) and family plan ($17.99).
This means Apple will beat Spotify to HD audio, which could cost the latter global market share.
It was expected that this offer as part of a subscription would see a response down the track from other streaming services like Amazon Music,…

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