End your subscription
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.