Create Music Playlists
Playlists are a fun way to listen to all your favorite songs or build a collection of music around a specific theme. To begin creating your own playlists, first open the Apple Music app, tap My Music, and then select Playlists at the top of the screen.
Now click New. You'll be prompted to create a title and description for your playlist. Once you've done that, tap Add Songs. You can choose from songs you've already downloaded by tapping on Artists, Albums, or Songs, or by using the Search bar. Once you find the songs you want, press the plus sign next to the title. Adjust Music Playback
Music playback can be adjusted to get the most out of your headphones and provide the best sound regardless of your surrounding environment. This means changing the EQ, which adjusts the frequencies of sound as you perceive them. For instance, if you have a hard time hearing bass, you can increase the lower frequencies with bass booster.
To adjust music playback, go to Settings > Music and select EQ. Here you have many options to choose from. If you're not sure which option to select, pick a song you like and select varying options to see how it affects the sound and then choose the one you like best.
Not all streaming services are created equal. With the release of Apple Music, listeners quickly realized there were no quality control options. The difference, until now, was automatic: you heard higher-quality sound when streaming music over a Wi-Fi connection than when streaming across cellular data. Now Apple is letting you decide for yourself whether better music quality is worth increasing your cellular data usage or not.
To change streaming music quality go to Settings > Music and toggle Use Cellular Data on. The High Quality on Cellular tab will appear. Slide the tab on and you're all set. Play Music on AirPlay Speakers or an Apple TV
You've likely heard of AirPlay at one point or another—a wireless streaming feature that lets you display photos and videos to your Apple TV. But did you know you can also use AirPlay to stream music to your AirPlay-enabled speakers or to your Apple TV? To do so, you'll need to make sure your iDevice, Apple TV, or AirPlay speakers are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Then swipe up from the bottom of your iDevice's screen to access Control Center. Tap AirPlay. Here you'll see the name of your speakers or Apple TV. Choose the device you want your music to play from.