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Sonos has just rolled out an update to its iPhone and iPad app, introducing support for Apple Music spatial audio playback on compatible Sonos speakers and sound bars. The move means that music lovers can now enjoy a 360-degree listening experience that simulates surround sound.
The new update to the Sonos app brings support for spatial audio playback on a number of Sonos speakers and sound bars, including the newly-released Era 300, the Arc and Arc SL, and the second-generation Beam. This means that anyone who owns one of these devices can now take advantage of the immersive sound quality offered by Apple Music’s spatial audio technology.
For those who are not familiar with spatial audio, it essentially simulates surround sound, making it feel as if the audio is coming from all around you. It is an incredible listening experience that has to be heard to be believed. Apple Music offers thousands of songs in spatial audio, which are labeled with a Dolby Atmos badge in the Sonos app after updating to version 15.2, which is available now on the App Store.
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In addition to the new support for spatial audio, Sonos has also launched two new speakers, the Era 300 and Era 100, which come with AirPlay 2 support. This means that users can easily stream audio wirelessly from their Apple devices, making it easier than ever to enjoy their favorite tunes on the go.