Given Apple’s long history in high-quality music technology, it’s strange to see the company get left behind in the sound quality of streaming music. On Monday, Spotify followed Amazon, Tidal, and Deezer in announcing a new, higher-fidelity streaming music service level, which it says will become available later this year. If the company’s plans come to fruition, mastering engineers will now have access to an array of recordings that will greatly improve the quality of Spotify’s streams of Goldfrapp with a sampling rate high enough to allow it to reproduce compressed music over an adequate fiber connection.

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