Apple Music Classical expanding to six new countries and regions this week
Apple has announced that Apple Music Classical, its dedicated classical music streaming service, will be expanding to six new countries and regions this week, including China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao starting on January 24.
In a post on X, formally known as Twitter, Apple has shared that the Apple Music Classical app is now available to pre-order on the App Store in the six new countries and regions, giving access to the world’s largest classical music catalog at no extra cost to Apple Music subscribers.
Apple Music Classical launched in March last year. Users are able to search by composer, work, conductor, or even catalog number, and find specific recordings instantly with spatial audio, featuring over 5 million tracks with everything from new releases to celebrated masterpieces, plus thousands of exclusive albums.
Most recently, Apple launched Apple Music Classical on iPad, featuring thousands of composer biographies and descriptions, with listeners able to AirPlay music to compatible wireless devices to listen on other devices.