Android beta leaks name of Apple’s next classic music experience
A new reference to Apple’s promised standalone classical music experience has been spotted in the latest beta of Apple Music for Android.
“…the Apple Music beta features a string that reveals the name ‘Apple Classical’ and the upcoming ability to open a compatible track directly in the optimized service. This appears to be the name of the upcoming Android app, but that could always change before launch.”
This could be the first clue to the name of Apple’s standalone Apple Music service for classical music, as promised by the company when it acquired Primphonic in 2021. According to this report:
Today, Apple announced the acquisition of Primephonic, a music streaming service focused on classical music. Apple says it will bring all of the service’s exclusive music, playlists and audio content to Apple Music over the next few months. The company says the service will incorporate enhanced navigation and search that will help classical music fans find their favorites.
At the time, Apple said, “We’re bringing new classic features to Apple Music, and in the near future we’ll be delivering a dedicated classic experience that will truly be the best in the world.”
Earlier this week, Apple leaked the name “RealityOS” in its source code, which many have taken to be the name of its next operating system for its rumored Apple VR/AR headset that could debut later this year.