Apple Music Classical is now available globally

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It’s been a long time coming, but Apple Music’s classical streaming service is finally available globally. As of today, users in over 100 countries can enjoy ad-free, on-demand classical music from the likes of Decca, Deutsche Grammophon, and Naxos.

This is a huge win for classical music lovers, who have long been underserved by the major streaming services. But it’s also a big deal for Apple, which has been working hard to make its music service more attractive to a wider range of users.

The classical music catalog on Apple Music is impressive, with over 50,000 tracks from 2,500 artists. And Apple has made it easy to find the music you want, with curated playlists, artist profiles, and a dedicated section of the iTunes Store.

But the real selling point of Apple Music’s classical offering is its focus on quality. The audio is lossless, which means it sounds great on headphones and speakers alike. And, thanks to the work of the talented engineers at Apple, the streaming quality is adaptive, so you’ll always get the best possible sound, no matter what kind of connection you’re on.

If you’re a classical music fan, there’s no reason not to give Apple Music a try. It’s the only major streaming service that offers lossless audio, and it’s got a huge catalog of quality music. Plus, it’s only $9.99 per month, which is a bargain compared to other streaming services.

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