One of the strangest decisions Apple made in creating Apple Music was the company’s initial refusal to let users choose the audio quality that songs stream at. Eddy Cue has tweeted that quality varies depending on whether you’re listening on Wi-Fi and cellular; presumably this means Apple Music streams at its maximum bitrate of 256kbps (AAC) when you’re on a decent Wi-Fi network. But on a mobile network, what you’re hearing could be at a lower quality — and there’s currently no way to adjust it. Thankfully, Apple Insider reports that’ll be changing with the release of iOS 9.

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