Apple seems to have arranged a dedicated event on Apple Music’s forthcoming spatial audio feature for later today. As indicated by a video that MacRumors says was uploaded to Apple Music as a teaser — it’s since been removed — Apple will broadcast a special event called “Introducing Spatial Audio.” The event doesn’t show up on the Worldwide Developers Conference schedule yet is set for 3PM ET.

That is, obviously, immediately after the presumed conclusion of Apple’s eagerly awaited 1PM ET keynote to start off the current year’s online WWDC, where the organization is relied upon to declare its annual updates to every one of its operating systems. Later in the afternoon at 5PM ET Apple will give its usual “State of the Union” presentation, which is more focused on developers than the opening keynote and addresses different specialized aspects of the organization’s platforms.

Apple declared spatial audio for Apple Music a month ago close by the expansion of lossless files to the streaming service. Spatial audio will work with AirPods, worked in speakers on Apple gadgets, and third-party headphones, and ought to give more vivid Dolby Atmos mixes contrasted with regular stereo audio. Apple recently said the feature would launch in June, so a notice of the release date at the WWDC keynote wouldn’t have been amazing, yet it appears to be the organization wants to give it somewhat more time in the spotlight.

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