APPLE may have leaked a potential name for its upcoming classical music service via the latest Android Apple Music beta update.
A data series was discovered by 9to5Google and revealed in the post “APK Insights”.
The team reviewed the files and discovered references to “Apple Classical,” which is believed to be the name of the new service, according to the website.
No confirmation from Apple and the name is always subject to change before it is officially released.
Last year, Apple bought the classical music streaming service Primephonic and promised listeners a new music service dedicated to the genre would launch.
Apple says it will bring popular features from that service, such as playlists and exclusive tracks, along with Primephonic’s complete music library, into its new app.
While pop and rock music can be easily categorized online – by band/artist, album name and genre – classical music can be notoriously difficult, often requiring a lot of additional information.
There could be thousands of musical solos by JS Bach, asking not just for the composer’s name but also for things like the orchestra, key players, conductor, location, and time of recording.
Dedicated services often offer more comprehensive search capabilities that can handle complex track names, according to Review Geekare offered on standard streaming services like Tidal or YouTube Music.
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