How to change iTunes’ default sound settings
The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus offer Apple’s first two new music players to offer native support for Dolby Atmos and Apple’s Dolby TrueHD audio codec.
These two devices are the company’s first to support Dolby Pro Logic II, which is the next step in Apple’s audio hardware roadmap.
It’s worth noting that Dolby is not the only audio codec coming to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have both had Dolby surround sound support.
The new iPhones will ship with Dolby’s Atmos feature, though the company says that it will be limited to stereo audio only.
The feature, which debuted with the Google Pixel 2, allows you to choose your surround sound sound sound system, or your default audio setting.
You can turn the feature on in Settings > General > Sound.
The Pixel 2 is now available in both black and white.
For the first time, Dolby Dolby Vision 2.0 will also be available on the iPhone, which will offer Dolby Surround sound with support for DTS, Dolac, and DTS-HD Master Audio.
The company also added support for Apple’s DTSX, Dolce, and Dolce Digital Plus audio formats.
Apple will offer three different Dolby audio settings for the iPhone: Dolby Digital Plus 4K (2K), Dolby Audio Plus 5.1 (5.1), and Dolby Audition 5.0 (5K).
The iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 are Apple’s most advanced mobile audio products to date, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
These devices will be Apple’s next-generation audio devices.
The iPhone X is now a major player in the Apple Music streaming music service, which has over one billion subscribers worldwide.
With the iPhone X, Apple’s digital music service will have its own dedicated service, Apple Music Unlimited.
Apple is also bringing Dolby In Home, a feature that lets users control the volume of their home theater setup using Apple’s home theater software.
The company also introduced the new Apple Watch Series 3, which uses the Apple Watch 2 to deliver notifications, access notifications, and control other functions like charging and more.
The Apple Watch’s new Apple Pay app will allow users to buy and pay for products on the Apple Store, including items and services from Apple, Amazon, Best Buy, and more through the Apple Pay mobile payment service.
The Apple Watch will also have its first-ever NFC payment terminals in 2018.
Apple will continue to launch its Apple Watch series of smartwatches with a variety of accessories, including leather bands, case backs, and bracelets.