This week Universal Studios released the first 4K Dolby Vision Blu-ray in Despicable Me, Apple is possibly considering supporting FLAC audio files for iOS 11 and Spotify is trialling sponsored songs as part of a user's playlist.
The first Dolby Vision 4K Blu-rays have hit the market, starting with Universal's Despicable Me
Dolby Vision is a version of HDR that gives greater difference between the light and dark parts of an image, producing a more lifelike picture.
The next Dolby Vision 4K release will be Power Rangers on July 31st.
iOS 11 is currently in beta, and it appears the latest update will allow playback of FLAC audio files on Apple devices.
A Reddit user discovered this by placing FLAC files into the iCloud Drive and playing them back through the Files application.
It's a sign that Apple is considering FLAC support on Apple devices. Perhaps this could lead to a lossless tier on Apple Music too?
Spotify is letting music labels promote songs by putting them into user's playlists as sponsored content - the streaming giant is looking to monetise its free tier.
The trial only affects a small number of accounts and does not affect Spotify Premium users.
If your account is one that's affected, you can opt out by tweaking Spotify's settings.
READ MORE: Apple Music v Spotify - which is better?
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