End your sub­scrip­tion

Mac Format - - APPLE MUSIC -

When you sign up for a free three-month trial of Ap­ple Mu­sic, it is set to con­vert to a rolling monthly sub­scrip­tion af­ter that pe­riod. You don’t have to ac­cept this, yet you can still con­tinue the trial pe­riod.

To can­cel au­to­matic re­newal on iOS, go to Set­tings > iTunes & App Store, tap the top row (which shows your Ap­ple ID) and choose View Ap­ple ID. In iTunes on your Mac, click your name near the top-right cor­ner of the win­dow and choose Ac­count Info.

When prompted, en­ter the pass­word for your Ap­ple ID. On the next page, look for Sub­scrip­tions and choose Man­age next to it.

On iOS, tap the row that men­tions your Ap­ple Mu­sic mem­ber­ship, or click Edit to the right-hand side of it on a Mac, and then turn off Au­to­matic Re­newal. In the same place, you can switch your sub­scrip­tion be­tween be­ing for you as an in­di­vid­ual or for your fam­ily.

Note Ap­ple’s warn­ing on this page that can­celling your sub­scrip­tion will take ef­fect im­me­di­ately. For a sum­mary of what you’ll lose, check Ap­ple’s over­view.

In iTunes, your sub­scrip­tion set­tings are ac­cessed through your name (or Sign In) next to the search bar at top-right of the win­dow.

If you’re un­cer­tain about Ap­ple Mu­sic’s use­ful­ness, you might want to turn off au­to­matic re­newal un­til you de­cide, to avoid pay­ing a penny.

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