The Android version of Apple Music will likely have the ability to stream music without any

loss of

quality,

9to5Google

claims

.

The website writes that in response to data in the code of the beta version.

Apple has not yet said anything about the alleged additions.

According to

9to5Google

, two

lossless

audio variants, or

lossless

audio, will be made available: Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless.

With the first option, a basic variant, the frequency goes up to 48 kHz.

The second option with higher quality goes up to 192 kHz.

Apple would have added a warning stating that streaming

lossless

audio takes a lot more data than usual.

Also, the files would take up much more space.

About two hundred

high-quality

lossless

audio files would fit in 10 GB storage.

With a storage of the same size you can store three thousand 'normal' songs, writes

9to5Google

.

In early May, sister site

9to5Mac

wrote

that Apple would be in the process of introducing

lossless

audio files in the iOS version of Apple Music.

Multiple platforms are working on the ability to stream audio without quality loss.

Spotify announced a subscription in February that allows users

to stream and download

lossless

music.

It is not yet known when the subscription will be available.