On March 28, 2023, Apple released the previously long-awaited Apple Music Classical app issued. This came directly with the release with a German-language user interface and content descriptions available in German. However, the online manual on Apple's support site was only available in English for a while. That has now changed. If you want to read about the app for listening to classical music and for information about the same, then simply use it this link. On the linked page you can use either the table of contents or the search function to navigate between individual topics.
In addition to some basics that should make it easier for new users to get started with classical music and, above all, to use it on the iPhone, there are a few more specific points. Among other things, it explains how to play back the music, how to manage the media library, how to create and manage playlists, and what audio settings are possible. Of course, it is also shown where you can find the same. Furthermore, it is even about the download of classical music.
This is the (current) table of contents in the Apple Music Classical Guide:
Introducing Apple Music Classical
Subscribe to Apple Music
Install Apple Music Classic
Music, composers and artists share
Manage Media Library
Create and edit playlists
More information about classical music
Choose audio settings
Classic downloads still not available in the app
A workaround for downloading classical music that is already known and has now been confirmed again by Apple is to use the regular music app. If you have added certain titles, albums or playlists to the media library in the Apple Music Classical app, you can also access them via the Apple Music app and then download them for offline use. Why not do that directly in the classicApp It's possible, someone should explain that to me. In any case, if you like the classical music offering from Apple and want to play some pieces of music even without an Internet connection, then take a look at the official instructions “Load music from your Apple Music Classical library onto the iPhone”: Here is all the information.
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