Apple's radio on the iPhone, Beats 1, went live on June 30, 2015. To capture the essence of calssic radio, Apple's 24/7 streaming station is allowing its listeners to request songs. Apple Music users can tweet their requests to the hashtag #Beats1Requests or call using one of the numbers posted below. Listeners can also follow @Beats1 and @AppleMusic to learn about upcoming events.
You can easily cancel your Apple Music subscription from the Music app on your iPad or iPhone. Here's how:
1. Open the Music app on your iPad or iPhone.
2. Tap the Profile icon in the upper left hand corner.
3. Tap View Apple ID.
4. Enter your Apple ID password.
5. Scroll down to "Subscriptions" then tap Manage.
6. Tap the Automatic Renewal slider so it is OFF.
To access Apple's music streaming service in iOS 8.4 you must sign up for the 3 month free trial, but you do not need to worry about being charged once it expires if you disable the automatic renewal. Here's how:
1. Open the Settings app on your iPad or iPhone.
2. Tap iTunes & App Store.
3. Tap your Apple ID or sign in to your account.
4. Tap View Apple ID on the pop up box.
5. Scroll down to "Subscriptions" then tap "Manage".
6. Tap the the Automatic Renewal slider so it is OFF.
Apple merged its Beat Music service with Apple Music on June 30, 2015. The new Apple Music streaming service features access to Beat 1 radio, plus unlimited access to tens of millions of tracks in Apple's music library. Beats Music subscribers will have the option to transfer their accounts to Apple Music when they install iOS 8.4 on June 30th. To transfer your Beats Music subscription, simply open the Beats Music app, and follow the instructions.
Apple Music was released as part of iOS 8.4 on June 30, 2015.
To check if your device is running iOS 8.4: Navigate to Settings -> General -> About -> Version.
To update to iOS 8.4: Navigate to Settings -> General -> Software Update.
Yes. Apple Music members can save tracks from Apple's music library for offline listening, but not all tracks are available. Members can also save Connect content, get "expert" music recommendations and more.
Apple Music will launch on June, 30, 2015 as part of iOS 8.4. The new service will allow users to access Apple's entire music library for $9.99 per month for a single user. Apple will also offer a family plan for $14.99 per month for up to 6 people. The first 3 months of the service is free when you sign up.
Apple Music includes: