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At the beginning of the week of the annual event WWDC 2015 Apple’s music was presented, called simply Apple Music. It will be available to all on 30th June.

But while you wait to try out its capabilities, it became clear that the bitrate streaming in Apple Music will be 256 kbps. This is a standard bit rate for iTunes of Apple, but is smaller than that of competitors such as Spotify.

Apple Music offers a lower quality of Spotify, Google Play Music and Tidal, where the quality of the music comes with 320kbps. Even Beats Music, which was acquired by Apple last year offered quality 320kbps. Then the logical question arises: Why Apple Music will stream music with 256kbps?

According the old FAQ (Frequently asked questions) Beats Music publication notes that some songs will be streamed at 256 kbps, but indicated that 320kbps is “industry standard.” Beats also indicates that higher bitrate streaming leads to greater data usage. There was also controversy about whether users can find the difference in quality between 256 kbps and 320kbps – or they just do not care.

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