What if I don’t want Apple Music?
You can hide the majority of Apple Music’s features. First of all, go to Settings > Music on iOS, or iTunes > Preferences > General on a Mac. Turn off Show Apple Music here to hide the New and For You pages. This also moves playlists to the bottom bar on iOS, rather than them being tucked into a tab within the My Music page.
Connect is disabled separately because you might still want to see artists’ updates. If not, go to Settings > General > Restrictions on iOS and turn off Apple Music Connect, or iTunes > Preferences > Parental on a Mac and disable the feature there.
You’re still left with the Radio tab because you can listen to Beats 1 even without a subscription. However, the other radio features – other curated stations and the ability to create personalised stations using an artist or a track as an indication of what you want to hear – require a subscription in most countries (http://apple.co/1GstJTP).