Along with all of the treats Apple has given us this fall, such as the new iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro, new Macs, as well as the two events that came with both product announcements, the company has one more major move this year.
Today, Apple has launched the Apple Music Classical app on the iPad, which comes in an update in Version 1.1 of said app.
With this new version of the app, it brings everything users have loved about the iOS app and brings it to the iPad but on a bigger display.
Classical music was already available though the regular Apple Music, but with the Apple Music Classical app, it makes it much easier to find classical music but in a more curated environment.
Users can listen to songs up to 192 kHz Hi-Ress Lossless, but the app does always require an internet connection, meaning that you cannot listen to songs offline.
Best of all, Apple Music Classical is essentially a free app for Apple Music subscribers. As long as you have the base plan of the music streaming service at $10.99 a month, you will be able to use the Apple Music Classical app.
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