Apple launches classical music streaming app

Users will be able to search by composer, work and conductor.
0:51 | 03/10/23

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- In today's Tech Bytes, Apple goes big into classical. It's launching a new classical music streaming app with over 5 million unique tracks and thousands of exclusive albums. Apple says users will be able to search by composer, work, and conductor. Apple Classical Music launches March 28th. Roku is making its own TVs available exclusively at Best Buy stores. The Roku-branded TVs range from 24 to 75, and top out at $1,200. There's a basic line and a premium line. And of course, they each come with a voice-enabled Roku remote. Netflix is out with a new feature allowing users to customize the appearance of closed captions and subtitles. Text size can be small, medium, or large, and includes three text style options. Users can also choose from several contrasting backgrounds to make the text easier to read. Those are your Tech Bytes. Have a great day.

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