Stream Apple Music In High Quality Over Cellular In iOS 9 – How To

Uzair Ghani
Posted Sep 22, 2015
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Here’s how you can stream tracks in high quality over cellular on Apple Music in iOS 9.

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Apple Music is slowly and steadily winning people over all thanks to its massive library of tracks. But given the current situation in the music space, the newfound music streaming service has a long way to go before it becomes the go-to spot for listening to tracks for millions of users out there. With iOS 9, Apple is hoping to bump the credentials of Apple Music in a variety of ways. For instance, unlike before, you now have the option to stream tracks in high quality even if you’re using cellular data. Today, we’ll show you how you can pull off that feat, and all it takes is less than 10 seconds of your time.

Stream Apple Music In High Quality Over Cellular In iOS 9

Assuming that you have Apple Music all up and running on your iOS 9-toting device, let’s begin.

1. First and foremost, launch the Settings app from your iPhone or iPad’s home screen.

2. Now scroll down a little and find the entry labelled ‘Music.’ Tap on it.

3. Over here you’ll see a bunch of options. Find the option that reads ‘High Quality on Cellular.’ Simply move the switch next to it to the ON position.

High Quality Apple Music

That’s all there is to it. Whenever you stream tracks over cellular from here on in, you can rest assured you’ll come ear to ear with high quality music. But remember, since you’re streaming high quality content over cellular, this means that you will incur more data costs than¬†usual, and also, you’ll notice that tracks will take a little longer to load than usual. But if you’re in a location with good 4G LTE coverage, and also happen to have an unlimited data plan, then we highly recommend turning the option on. After all, there’s no better music than high quality music, right? We’re sure you’ll agree with us on that one.

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Apple Music still has a long way to go and the Cupertino tech giant is doing all it can to pique the interest of millions of potential customers out there. The streaming service’s library is a mighty vast one, boasting well over 30 million tracks under its belt, so you can rest easy knowing the fact that all your standard music bases will be covered as soon as you sign up to the service.

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