Apple Music Classical will be available in China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau starting January 24, according to a publication by Apple on X, formerly known as Twitter. The app can be pre-ordered now on the App Store in these regions.


Apple Music Classical first launched in most other countries last March, offering Apple Music subscribers access to over five million classical music tracks at no additional cost. The app features advanced search functionality, exclusive artwork, extensive metadata, curated listening recommendations, and more.

The app is available on iPhone, iPad and Android devices. It is built on Primephonic, a classical music streaming service acquired by Apple in 2021.

In the US, a standard Apple Music subscription costs $10.99 per month.

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