One of the things that make Apple stand out as a tech company is the fact that Apple doesn’t rely on others for software, hardware, and services. Apple likes to keep everything within the iOS ecosystem and it provides its fanbase with all the apps and services that they could ever ask for. Take for example how Samsung fans have to wait for Google to give them software updates while iPhone owners are always the first ones in line when it comes to new updates.

Apple’s reach doesn’t end with software updates because the tech giant likes to meddle with everything. The perfect example of this is Apple Music. This is a music streaming platform that works similarly to the likes of Spotify and Deezer. However, the difference is that Apple Music has been specially developed for iPhones and iPads. Therefore, iPhone and iPad owners are always going to receive a better user experience than Android fans do with apps like Spotify and Deezer.

Apple Music

Apple Music currently offers a gigantic library made from 45 million songs. That number keeps going up and Apple is making sure that iOS fans can always find the songs that they like. To make things even better, Apple is also offering a three months free trial to any iOS user who wants to give it a try. On the other hand, iOS fans who have used their free three months trial will need to pay $9.99 per month or $14.99 per month for a family package that can include up to six people.

Reduced Audio Quality

Apple Music

Since we are talking about Apple Music, we need to mention that one of the best things about it is the fact that it requires lesser mobile data in order to stream songs than other platforms. Apple knows that mobile data is expensive and it optimized the music streaming platform to reduce the quality of the songs in order to not tax users too much of their mobile data when streaming long playlists.

However, this comes at a cost since the overall song quality is being reduced. Here is where we come in and present everyone with a guide on how to enable high quality audio streaming for mobile data.

Enable High-Quality Music Streaming for Mobile Data

  • Access Setting;

Access Setting;

  • Scroll down until you find the “Music” option and then tap on it;

 find the “Music” option

  • Now access the “Cellular Data / Mobile Data” panel by tapping on it;

access the “Cellular Data / Mobile Data”

  • Make sure to enable the “Streaming is Turned On” option;

enable the “Streaming is Turned On”

  • All that’s left now is to enable the “High Quality Streaming” option by tapping on the slider in the right.

enable the “High Quality Streaming” option

Better Audio Quality

Now that the “High Quality Streaming” option has been enabled, you will be able to hear a significant difference in the audio quality that Apple Music puts out. Enabling this feature a is a must for iOS fans who love listening to music and especially if they own a premium set of headphones because if this feature is not enabled, then the headphones will not play music to their full potential.

Although, we still need to state the obvious so that everyone is well aware. Apple Music is now going to put a dent in everyone’s mobile data after enabling this feature. Therefore, we advise iOS fans who have limited mobile data on their device to not enable this feature because they will run out of after streaming music for one full day. With that being said, iOS fans who don’t benefit from an unlimited mobile data phone plan should be careful about how many songs they stream through Apple Music.

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