Apple Music Classical App Is Available For Pre-order: Coming On March 28

Apple Music Classical

Apple fans have heard that their favorite brand will soon be releasing a new Apple Music Classical app. Today, it has appeared on the App Store for pre-order, with an official release date of 28 March.

Apple Music Classical is Available For Pre-Order

Back in 2021, the Cupertino-based firm acquired a classical music streaming service called Primephonic. At the time, Apple said it would soon be releasing a new app for lovers of the genre. Although it’s still a few weeks before the Apple Music Classical app becomes available, it’s already available for purchase on the App Store. It is free if you have an Apple Music or Apple One subscription.

In terms of content, TechCrunch had a brief chat with the Apple representative, who claimed that the new Apple Music Classical app brings over five million classical music tracks. Among them, users will find not only hundreds of curated playlists or thousands of exclusive albums but also new releases.

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Apple Music Classical

The new app has a simple interface that makes it easier to interact. This is what genre lovers want. There are also some differences between the Apple Music app and the Apple Music Classical app. For example, users can search by composer, work, conductor, catalog number, etc. They can even get more information via editorial notes and descriptions.

Apple has also added HD digital portraits of famous composers such as Ludwig van Beethoven, Frédéric Chopin, and Johann Sebastian Bach. Of course, the brand hasn’t gone it alone. It has worked with classical music artists and institutions to provide access to exclusive content and recordings.

You should also know that the new Apple Music Classical app will only work on iOS devices running iOS 15.4 or higher. Apple says the Android version of the app is on its way and will be available soon. But there is no specific date for the Android platform.

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