Spatial Audio Begins to Come to Netflix and Will Take a Leap Forward in iOS 15
Content compatible with Spatial Audio accesses Netflix when we use the app from our iPhone or iPad. A posting process may take several days to complete, but that will allow us Enjoy series and movies in a more complete way This so far.
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Not much can be said about what spatial versus stereo sound represents if we don’t experience it personally. Apple defines it as a system capable of “Play sounds anywhere in the virtual space, creating an immersive experience”. Now, little by little, this experience will reach more and more Netflix content.
To enjoy this new operating system, we must use AirPods Pro or AirPods Max. At the same time, we need to use the Netflix app on our iPhone or iPad, as the web version of the service does not yet offer this audio format. Simply by simply playing compatible content We went to the control center and activated it spatial sound.
Keep in mind that this feature is just beginning to roll out, so it may take several days for us to see it working. Let’s also note that the content to be played has to adapt to this system, so once it’s fully published, not all series or movies will offer it. Fortunately in iOS 15 offers us the ability to convert any sound into a spatial sound, something that will be compatible with the Netflix app and will allow us, overnight, to enjoy the entire catalog in this format.
As we said before, spatial sound is something we must personally enjoy in order to get a clear idea of the difference it makes in the cinematic experience. An experience that seems increasingly to prove itself the norm, fortunately for us.
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