The streaming giant Netflix is beginning to roll out support for Apple’s spatial audio feature on iPhone and iPad, as reported by 9to5Mac on Wednesday.

Netflix says users should expect to see it over the next few days.

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Apple spatial audio takes 5.1, 7.1, and Dolby Atmos signals and applies directional audio filters, adjusting the frequencies that each ear hears so that sounds can be placed virtually anywhere in 3D space. Sounds will appear to be coming from in front of you, from the sides, the rear, and even above. The idea is to recreate the audio experience of a cinema.

If you want to give spatial audio a shot and don’t have it on Netflix yet, you can try it out on other services like Apple TV Plus, Disney Plus, or HBO Max.

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