The app will be released on March 28, according to the business, and existing Apple Music users will be able to use it for free.
“With fully optimized search, Apple Music Classical makes it quick and easy to locate any recording in the world’s largest classical music archive, and listeners can enjoy the finest audio quality possible and hear many classical favorites in a whole new way,” Apple adds.
According to Apple, Apple Music Classical will be available on March 28 and will include over 5 million pieces of music, thousands of unique albums, and much more.
With over 5 million recordings and works ranging from recent releases to legendary masterpieces, this is the world’s biggest classical music archive.
The greatest audio quality (up to 192 kHz/24-bit Hi-Res Lossless) with hundreds of immersive spatial audio recordings.
Significantly, when it releases later this month, Apple Music Classical will only be accessible on iPhones.