We’ve already heard rumors that Apple is planning to add a high-fidelity, lossless tier to its Apple Music streaming service, and announce it alongside the launch of the AirPods 3, and now we’ve got a rumored date for the big day: May 18.
That information comes from YouTuber Luke Miani via AppleTrack. The announcements will apparently happen via a press release rather than one of the prerecorded launch event shows that we’ve got used to seeing from Apple over the last year.
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