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Apple Music is the company’s music streaming subscription-based service that was released on June 30 of 2015 in 100 countries. Apple Music has over 90 million songs in its catalog and offers the ability to download your favorite tracks and play them offline.

With the possibility of listening across all your favorite devices, Apple Music offers new music personalized for every user, curated playlists from Apple’s editors, exclusive Radio, video clips, and original content. Recently, the company introduced a HiFi quality for the service up to 24 bits at 192 kHz.

Here’s everything you need to know about Apple Music.

Everything about Apple Music

How and where can I listen to Apple Music?

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Apple Music is available on a variety of devices: iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, Mac, HomePod, CarPlay, PC, Android, Sonos, Amazon Echo, Samsung Smart TV, Google Nest, PlayStation 5, and the web.

To be more specific, the service needs at least iOS 10 and watchOS 2.2 to run on your Apple devices. Here are the devices available:

  • iPhone 5, 5C, SE (1st generation) or newer;
  • iPod touch (6th generation) or newer;
  • iPad (4th generation), iPad mini 2, iPad Air (1st generation), iPad Pro (1st generation) or newer;
  • Apple Watch (all)
  • Apple TV (4th generation) or newer;
  • Samsung Smart TVs from 2018 or newer.

It’s also possible to listen to it on your browser, just type music.apple.com. A subscription is required.

How much does Apple Music cost? Does it have a family plan? What about a student one?

The Apple Music free trial for students

Apple Music is a subscription-based service and it doesn’t have a free tier like Spotify, although you can try it for free for three months. As for now, the service has four subscription tiers available. Here they are:

  • Voice Plan: $4.99/month;
  • Student: $5.99/month;
  • Individual: $9.99/month;
  • Family: $14.99/month.

With a Student or Individual subscription, you can:

  • Listen to over 90 million songs, plus your entire iTunes library;
  • Enjoy songs in Dolby Atmos, Lossless, and Hi-Res Lossless at no extra cost;
  • Listen online or offline;
  • Stream ad-free music and music videos;
  • Download 100,000 songs to your library;
  • Access across your devices;
  • See what your friends are listening to;
  • Original shows, concerts, and exclusives;
  • Live and on-demand radio stations hosted by artists.

A family subscription offers:

  • Access for up to six people;
  • A personal account for each family member;
  • Share your existing music library however you want.

Individual and student subscriptions have the same benefits. To apply for a student subscription, you just need to verify your college credentials with UNiDAYS every year while you’re studying.

Apple Music is available on all Apple One bundles as well. Learn more here.

Apple Music Voice Plan

Apple released in December of 2021 the “Apple Music Voice Plan,” a new subscription tier for the service for $4.99/month. Users have Siri as their main way to listen to songs.

According to Apple, starting with iOS 15.2 users can subscribe to the Voice Plan through Siri by saying “Hey Siri, start my Apple Music Voice trial,” or by signing up through the Music app. Once subscribed to the plan, users can request music be played across all of their Siri-enabled devices, including HomePod mini, AirPods, iPhone, or any other Apple device, and when using CarPlay.

Subscribers can ask Siri to “Play the dinner party playlist,” “Play something chill,” or even “Play more like this” for a personalized music experience. Unfortunately, it’s important to note that Spatial Audio and Lossless quality won’t be supported with this low-cost plan, as well as lyrics, and music videos.

This new option is available in Australia, Austria, Canada, China mainland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, Taiwan, the UK, and the US.

Is Apple Music the same as iTunes?

This is sort of true because, in macOS Catalina, Apple killed iTunes. The Music app is where you can find all your songs, bought on the iTunes Store, ripped from a CD, or downloaded via Apple Music.

iTunes Match

Before Apple Music, there was iTunes Match. The service uploaded your music library from the Apple Music app on your Mac or iTunes for Windows on your PC. Then you could access your music library on all of your devices that have Sync Library turned on.

Since Apple introduced its music service, the company encourages users to subscribe to the service, since you get all of the benefits of iTunes Match, plus access to the entire Music catalog.

Apple Digital Masters

Since Apple Music launched, Apple offers most of its catalog over the Apple Digital Masters label. With the AAC format over MP3, the company says the Advanced Audio Coding achieves the portability and convenience of compressed and encoded digital audio while retaining the audio quality that’s indistinguishable from much larger digital files.

With Apple Digital Masters, artists can offer higher-quality tunes. Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney, Billie Eilish, and Sigrid, for example, offer their catalog with this label.

In June 2021, Apple released Apple Music with Lossless and Dolby Atmos support with much greater quality.

Apple Music HiFi: Lossless, Hi-Res Lossless, Dolby Atmos with Spatial Audio

In May of 2021, Apple announced it was bringing lossless music quality options to its entire catalog at no extra cost, starting in June. Apple said lossless quality would be available for more than 90 million tracks in the Apple Music library by the end of 2021. Although it didn’t happen, most of the service’s library is indeed available in this higher quality.

Alongside lossless, Apple launched support for Spatial Audio music with songs authored in Dolby Atmos. Users can listen to select albums with an immersive 3D sound space on AirPods 3AirPods ProAirPods Max and Beats headphones with an H1 or W1 chip. Apple says thousands of Dolby Atmos are already available.

What headphones are compatible with Apple Music Lossless and Dolby Atmos support with Spatial Audio?

Apple says Dolby Atmos is supported by iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV using any pair of headphones. This includes AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, BeatsX, Beats Solo3 Wireless, Beats Studio3, Powerbeats3 Wireless, Beats Flex, Powerbeats Pro, and Beats Solo Pro, but there are a few differences.

For example, no Bluetooth headphones will offer Lossless quality. Apple says that AirPods Max with a wired connection can offer a similar sound to Lossless, but to stream Hi-Res Lossless quality at 24 bit at 192 kHz it will require another headphone with an external DAC.

One of the features available with iOS 15 for AirPods 3, AirPods Pro, and AirPods Max is “Spatialize Stereo,” which uses head-tracking for an immersive sound experience. 

How to activate Apple Music Lossless

With iOS 14.6 or newer, follow these steps:

  • Go to Settings, then Music
  • Click on Audio and set Dolby Atmos to Always On

To listen to between Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless:

  • Go to Settings, then Music
  • Click on Audio Quality and choose between Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless for cellular or Wi-Fi connections

How many songs are available in Lossless?

Apple said that by the end of 2021, all of its catalog would be available in Lossless, but the company didn’t reach its goal, because it doesn’t require artists to upload a Lossless version of their tunes. Even though, as of 2022, it’s possible to say that most Apple Music catalog is already available in Lossless.

How much data does Lossless use?

  • Lossless audio files will use significantly more space on your device. 10GB of space could store approximately: 3,000 songs at high-quality AAC, 1,000 songs with Lossless, and 200 songs with Hi-Res Lossless;
  • Lossless streaming will consume significantly more data. A 3-minute song will be approximate: 1.5MB with high efficiency, 6MB with high-quality at 256 kbps, 36MB with Lossless at 24-bit/48 kHz, and 145MB with Hi-Res Lossless at 24-bit/192 kHz. Support varies and depends on song availability, network conditions, and connected speaker or headphone capability.

What are Dolby Atmos and Lossless audio?

Dolby Atmos is an immersive audio format that enables musicians to mix music so it sounds like the instruments are all around you in space.

Lossless audio compression reduces the original file size of a song while preserving all of the data. Apple Music is making its entire catalog of more than 90 million songs available in lossless audio at different resolutions in Apple Music, “Lossless” refers to lossless audio up to 48kHz, and “Hi-Res Lossless” refers to lossless audio from 48kHz to 192kHz. Lossless and Hi-Res Lossless files are very large and use much more bandwidth and storage space than standard AAC files.

Does HomePod stream in Lossless? What about Spatial Audio?

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Yes, HomePod and HomePod mini stream in Lossless quality, as long as you update your smart speaker to version 15.1. Follow these steps to enable the quality:

  • Open the Home app on your iPhone running iOS 15.1 or later;
  • Click on the Home icon on the top left corner
  • Choose “Home Settings” then click on your profile
  • In “Media,” click on the “Apple Music” tab
  • Toggle on “Lossless Audio”,

Only the original HomePod can stream songs with Dolby Atmos and Spatial Audio support. To do the same with the HomePod mini, you need to have a pair of them synchronized with an Apple TV 4K. From the Apple TV, you can play songs in Dolby Atmos using Apple Music. Learn more about it here.

How to find songs with Lossless and Dolby Atmos labels?

Apple Music is highlighting content that’s available in Spatial Audio in the Listen Now, Browse, and Search tabs

  • In the Browse tab, check out all playlists made up of all Spatial Audio music like Hits, Hip-Hop, Pop, Country, Rock, and Jazz
    • There are also sections for “New Music in Spatial Audio” and “The Best of Spatial Audio”
  • In the Search tab, there’s a new Spatial Audio category in the top left
    • Apple Music is using this as a hub for all the Dolby Atmos Spatial Audio content including videos, music, tutorials, featured albums, new content, and more
  • If you want to see if a specific album or song is available in Spatial Audio, pull it up in Apple Music
    • Underneath the album artwork and play button, look for “Dolby Atmos” 
    • You can also quickly tell if a track is playing in Spatial Audio by:
  • Looking just above the play/pause button in the Music app when looking at the song (shown in the top image above)
    • Or opening Control Center (swipe down from the top right corner) and long press on the headphones icon > look for Spatial Audio playing in the bottom right and Dolby Atmos below the volume slider.

You can find the full how-to here.

iOS 16 Apple Music features

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With the release of iOS 16, Apple Music offers a few new tweaks:

  • Sort playlists by Title, Artist, Album, and more;
  • Favorite artists;
  • Volume HUD has a tweak on the Apple Music app. It looks similar to the bar that shows the length of the song;
  • When searching for albums, playlists, singles, etc, you’ll notice that the covers are more rounded;
  • The Apple Music widget in the iOS 16 Lock Screen is now different. It also shows the devices you’re listening to (a HomePod, AirPods, Beats earbuds, and even wired headphones);
  • When using SharePlay via Messages, it now synchronized activities like movies, music, workouts, games, and more with friends while chatting in Messages;
  • Apple Digital Master label is now closer to the song information, while Dolby Atmos and Lossless quality are shown closer to its cover;
  • You can drag and drop songs to add next in the queue;
  • You can move music from a HomePod to another without it AirPlaying to the other HomePod;
  • There’s a new music and podcast preview on the Lock Screen

Apple Music Replay playlist

Apple Music has a Replay playlist of your most played songs of each year from 2015 when the service launched.

The feature doesn’t have much, but by the end of every year, you can enter the Replay website here and see how much you listened to your favorite artists, your top 100 songs, and play counts for your top albums.

With iOS 15, by the end of the “Listen Now” tab, you can find all your Replay playlists as well. Apple Music Replay 2022 is already available.

Apple Music vs. Spotify

The main Apple Music competitor is Spotify. They’re both very similar. While AM is a better choice for those who already have a long-time iTunes catalog purchased, Spotify is the key music service if you love recommendations and algorithm-curated playlists.

With Spotify raising its prices, Music becomes a solid choice if you bundle it with Apple One. By the beginning of 2021, 9to5Mac compared both services so Apple users could know which was best for them:

Starting with Apple One, I think is more convenient to pay one subscription for a lot of services rather than paying only Spotify for one service. With the Apple One Family plan, I have 200GB of iCloud storage, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Music, and I can share all of these services with my family. For $19.95 a month, I have way more benefits instead of paying $9.99 per month for Spotify individual plan or $16.99 for a family subscription that only includes the music service.

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Apple Music walkthrough

As on iOS 15, Apple Music has five tabs on the iPhone. In this guide, I’ll explain what each tab does. There’s also your Profile on the app.

Listen Now

“Listen Now” is a section based on your favorite picks. It shows your recently played songs, what your friends are listening to, and stations and mixes just for you. At the end of the page, you can find the Replay section with your top songs by each year.

iOS 15 introduces a new “Shared With You” section where you can find songs your friends shared via iMessage. When you click on their names, you can reply to the message.

Browse

The “Browse” section is curated by Apple editors. You can find the most listened-to songs everywhere, new releases, what’s trending, exclusive playlists, Spatial Audio songs, the Daily Top 100, and what’s coming soon.

With iOS 14.5, Apple introduced its City Charts, a bunch of playlists with the Top 25 songs of over 100 cities around the world. It’s updated daily. You can learn more about it here.

Radio

Apple Music Radio is the rebrand of Beats 1. Introduced in 2020, it offers shows, interviews, and everything else you expect from a radio. Apple Music Hits and Country are people’s favorite stations.

“Apple Music is home — it’s home to artists, it’s home to fans, and it’s home to incredible music,” said Zane Lowe, Apple Music’s global creative director, and host. “I’m an obsessive music nerd. I love searching for the most exciting new artists and playing them right alongside the most essential, established artists of our time because great music does not know the difference and the service’s fans just want to hear great music.”

Library

The “Library” section is where you find your added songs. You can opt to listen to them online or offline. The offline songs are also available in the “Downloaded” tab.

You can edit the section to appear just the tabs you use, such as “Playlists,” “Artists,” “Albums,” and “Songs,” while toggling of “Genres,” “Compilations,” and others.

You can search on Apple Music and in your library. You can also browse categories or write a part of a lyric to find the song.

Now Playing

The Now Playing screen shows the song, album, or playlist you’re listening to. You can enjoy the “lyrics view”, AirPlay your song using your speaker, Apple TV, Smart TV, wireless headphones, and see what will play next. In this section you can “Shuffle,” turn “Repeat” on, and toggle the “Infinite” button, to keep playing similar songs after a playlist or album is over.

In the “Now Playing” section, you can also share the song or the lyrics on Instagram and other social media platforms, and let Apple Music know if you love the song or want the service to suggest less like this.

With iOS 15, you get a small label above the play/pause button indicating whether the song is streaming in Lossless, Hi-Res Lossless, or Dolby Atmos.

Profile

At the top of the “Listen Now” section, there’s your Profile. You have to click on your photo, then “View Profile.” In this section, there are your public playlists, what you recently listened to, who you follow, and who follows you.

The social part was never Apple’s strong move. These public playlists you can share with everyone and you can see who adds your list to their library, which is nice. But apart from that and the possibility to know what your friends are listening to, there’s not much to do here.

Upcoming streaming service Apple Classic

By the end of August of 2021, Apple announced it was acquiring the music streaming service Primephonic. The company plans to integrate “Primephonic playlists and exclusive audio content” into Apple Music. According to the announcement, users will also find “better browsing and search capabilities by composer and repertoire, detailed displays of classical music metadata, plus new features and benefits.”

Apple Music plans to launch a dedicated classical music app next year combining Primephonic’s classical user interface that fans have grown to love with more added features. In the meantime, current Primephonic subscribers will receive six months of Apple Music for free, providing access to hundreds of thousands of classical albums, all in Lossless and high-resolution audio, as well as hundreds of classical albums in Apple Music’s Spatial Audio, with new albums added regularly.

In February 2022, 9to5Google discovered references on Apple Music code showing that Apple intends to call its dedicated classical music app Apple Classical. You can learn more about it here.

Deals

Apple Music already offers three months for free for new users, but now and then the service adds a deal to attract users.

This time, if you’re in the military or a veteran, there’s a special offer where you can get four months of subscription for free. If this is the case for you, there are only a few steps you need to follow.

The offer can be accessed through this link, which will redirect you to an authentication webpage on Apple’s website. To get a special code that provides up to four months free of Apple Music, all you need to do is log in with an ID.me account. However, even if you’re already an Apple Music subscriber, you can get an extra month of subscription for free through the same page.

Not only that, but Apple is bundling 6-month free trials of Apple Music with purchases of eligible AirPods and Beats products. The free period is available to new buyers of AirPods and Beats headphones as well as existing owners. 

Customers have up to 90 days to redeem the offer, after first pairing the newly-purchased headphones to a device. Existing owners of AirPods or Beats have up to 90 days from the time that they upgraded to the latest iOS version.

Apple Music Awards

Apple Music Awards honor achievements in music across five distinct categories and winners are chosen through a process that reflects both Apple’s editorial perspective and what customers around the world are loving most. The award recognizes the best and boldest musicians of the year.

Apple has designed a series of physical awards that represent the extraordinary craftsmanship integral to creating music. Each award features Apple’s custom silicon wafer suspended between a polished sheet of glass and a machined and anodized aluminum body. The result of this multi-month process, before it is sliced into hundreds of individual chips, is stunning and distinctive. In a symbolic gesture, the same chips which power the devices that put the world’s music at your fingertips sit at the very heart of the Apple Music Awards.

Here are the categories and which artist had won in each one of them:

  • Artist of the Year: The Weeknd (2021), Lil Baby (2020), and Billie Eilish (2019);
  • Breakthrough Artist of the Year: Olivia Rodrigo (2021), Megan Thee Stallion (2020), and Lizzo (2019);
  • Songwriter of the Year: H.E.R (2021), Taylor Swift (2020), and Billie Eilish and Finneas (2019);
  • Top Song of the Year: “Driver’s License” by Olivia Rodrigo (2021), “The Box” by Roddy Ricch (2020), and “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X (2019);
  • Top Album of the Year: “SOUR” by Olivia Rodrigo, “Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial” by Roddy Ricch (2020), and “WHEN WE FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” by Billie Eilish (2019).
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In 2021, Apple also introduced a new category that recognizes local artists from five different regions: Africa, France, Germany, Japan, and Russia. Here are they:

  • Africa: Wizkid (2021)
  • France: Aya Nakamura (2021)
  • Germany: RIN (2021)
  • Japan: OFFICIAL HIGE DANDISM (2021)
  • Russia: Scriptonite (2021)

As of now, Billie Eilish and Olivia Rodrigo are the artists with more Music Awards with three awards each. Billie Eilish has won in 2019 as “Artist of the Year,” “Songwriter of the Year,” and “Top Album of the Year,” while Olivia Rodrigo won in 2021 as “Breakthrough Artist of the Year,” “Top Song of the Year,” and “Top Album of the Year.”

Apple Music for Artists

In 2021, Apple revamped Apple Music for Artists webpage. According to the company, the new webpage (available at artists.apple.com) is the new “centralized home” for artists to find the tools and information on how to get their music ready for Apple’s streaming platform.

Through the new “Create” tab, artists can get some helpful tips on how to use Apple’s devices and apps to compose a song. The company highlights things like the Voice Memos app, GarageBand, and Logic Pro with third-party plugins. Apple also encourages artists to edit music videos with Final Cut Pro and content for social networks with the Clips app.

The webpage also has a “Release” menu that provides in-depth details about the process of releasing songs on Apple Music, which includes finding a trusted distributor, choosing a good image for the artist page, and uploading lyrics to the songs.

Artists can also share Milestones with fans. This new feature lets artists share an achievement on Twitter, Facebook, and even Instagram Stories.

Share your big moments right from the Apple Music for Artists iOS app. With just a few taps you can let your fans know about new playlists featuring your songs, how many Shazams you have in a given country or region, and other notable milestones you’ve hit on Apple Music.

Learn more about it here.

Apple Music Stories Yesterday

After announcing its fun new karaoke feature yesterday, Apple Music Sing is live with the iOS 16.2 RC build. Follow along for a hands-on look at how to use Apple Music Sing karaoke including adjusting vocal volume, seeing the Duet view, and more.

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Apple Music Stories December 6

Apple Music is expanding on its popular real-time lyrics feature with an all-new karaoke-style mode. Called Apple Music Sing, this new feature “allows users to sing along to their favorite songs with adjustable vocals and real-time lyrics.” Apple Music Sing is integrated directly into the Music app, making it “fun and easy for anyone to participate.”

Apple Music Sing is a new way to hum, rap, jam, or sing along with millions of your favorite songs. Newly enhanced beat-by-beat lyrics make it even easier to follow along with the music. Fully adjustable vocals let you duet with the original artist, sing solo, or mix it up.

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Apple Music Stories November 29

Apple Music Replay is one of the most highly anticipated launches for Apple Music users every year. It gives subscribers the ability to view a full year in review of their listening habits, with top songs, albums, listening statistics, and more. This year, Apple has some updates in store to help improve the Apple Music Replay experience in comparison to Spotify Wrapped (which isn’t yet available).

As we approach the end of 2022, head below for the full details on how to find your Apple Music 2022 Replay year in review.

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Streaming music is fair to both consumers and artists, says competition watchdog

Composers and musicians have long argued that streaming music treats them unfairly, with smaller artists earning tiny sums. But a UK competition watchdog has ruled that the streaming music industry is fair to both artists and consumers …

Apple Music Stories November 22

It’s been 15 months since Apple purchased the three-year-old classical music streaming service Primephonic. Meanwhile, there’s one month left for Apple Music to meet its plan of launching a stand-alone Apple Classical app that replaces the discontinued Primephonic app. In classic VH1 fashion, we wondered what happened to the Primephonic folks and where are they now. This is what we’ve learned.

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Apple Music Stories November 16

Nowadays, it’s pretty easy to secure free trials of Apple services, whether it’s from Best Buy, Target, or Apple directly. Now, another company is jumping on board. Microsoft has announced that it is expanding its Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription with Apple TV+ and Apple Music offers.

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Apple Music Stories November 10

Apple is rolling out some changes to the web app for Apple Music in beta form. For the first time, Apple Music on the web now supports the popular time-synced lyrics feature that first launched on iPhone and iPad in 2019, followed by the Mac in 2020. Now, you can use the feature from anywhere, right in your web browser…

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Apple Music Stories November 9

Bad Bunny – aka Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio – has been named Apple Music artist of the year for 2022, as the company highlighted some of the achievements of the Puerto Rican rapper and singer.

Apple said that Bad Bunny “truly owned the year” and “ushered in a seismic shift in global pop over the past few years” …

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Apple Music Stories November 1

Over the years, it’s become clear that Apple is far better at “playing fair” than Spotify when it comes to Apple Music royalties for artists. A new video posted to YouTube this week by independent music producer L.Dre further underscores the discrepancy between Apple Music and Spotify, with details on royalties, payouts, and much more.

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Apple Music Stories October 28

Kanye West continues to face repercussions for his antisemitic and anti-Black rhetoric, this time by Apple Music. After being dropped by companies like Adidas and Balenciaga, Rolling Stone reports today that Apple has removed its curated “Kanye West Essentials” playlist from Apple Music. West’s full discography, however, remains available via the streaming service.

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Apple Music Stories October 16

Apple Music’s popular spatial audio feature is expanding to cars for the first time. Mercedes-Benz accounted today that it is adding Apple Music with spatial audio to a select number of its cars starting today, but support for the feature comes at a cost…

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Apple Music Stories October 12

You can now play Apple Music on Xbox consoles, thanks to the addition of a new app. Spotify already had an app on the gaming platform.

Assuming it works in the same way as Spotify, you’ll be able to play Apple Music tracks in the background while playing a game, using a slider to set your preferred balance of game audio and music …

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Apple Music Stories October 3

Apple is out with a new press release this morning touting a milestone for Apple Music. The company says that Apple Music now offers an expansive library with over 100 million songs. With this, however, Apple says that it’s focus on human curation has never been stronger…

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Apple Music Stories September 30

Apple is once again teaming up with Billie Eilish, this time to exclusively stream her concert from the O2 Arena in London on Apple Music. This is the latest expansion of the Apple Music Live initiative by Apple, which has previously offered exclusive concerts from the likes of Harry Styles and Luke Combs.

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Apple Music Stories September 28

More Apple Music Classical app references have been spotted in Apple Music code, as we get closer to the company’s self-imposed launch deadline of the end of the year.

Previous references have been spotted in an iOS 15.5 beta, and in the Android version of Apple Music …

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Apple Music Stories September 12

With iOS 16, different from other years, Apple didn’t announce a ton of new features to Apple Music. That said, there are still a few functions and tweaks that users will love when using the music streaming service the new operating system released today.

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Apple Music Stories August 16

The iOS 16 Lock Screen sees a new user-interface for the music player, most notably letting you see full width album art, like the gods intended.

But things get messy when notifications are shown, something a design student set out to correct …

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Apple Music Stories July 28

How to cancel Apple Music subscription

Done with Apple Music? Read on for how to cancel Apple Music in a few easy steps. We’ll also look at how to pay less for the service if you’d like to keep it at a discounted price.

Apple Music Stories July 19

Apple Music Live to stream Luke Combs concert in August

Country singer Luke Combs is the next artist to be featured in the Apple Music Live concert streaming lineup. The concert takes place at Coyote Joe’s in Charlotte, North Carolina on July 28 and will be streamed exclusively on Apple Music on August 24.

Apple Music Stories July 15

Apple has today announced Apple Music Sessions, comprising exclusive live releases recorded in Spatial Audio. The first two artists featured are Carrie Underwood and Tenille Townes.

Each performance includes companion live videos …

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Apple Music Stories July 3

Apple recently started its traditional Back to School campaign in which the company not only offers a discount on its products to students, but also provides a gift card of up to $150 when purchasing selected products. Now the company has also made a special offer to new subscribers of the Apple Music plan for students who can get free Beats Flex earphones.

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Apple Music Stories June 30

Mary J. Blige to stream concert on Apple Music Live in July

Apple Music Live continues its concert streaming following its Harry Styles and Lil Durk performances. Mary J. Blige is next; however, her stream on Apple Music will not be live.

Apple Music Stories June 28

Earlier this month, Apple teamed up with Harry Styles to launch a new AirPods ad campaign inspired by the classic iPod silhouette promos from years ago. As it turns out, one detail that went under the radar is that Harry Styles and Apple teamed up to donate his paycheck for appearing in the video to the International Rescue Committee.

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Apple Music Stories June 27

Apple Music Live continuing concert streaming with Lil Durk on Wednesday

Throughout the summer season, Apple has been livestreaming concerts through Apple Music Live. The service kicked off with Harry Styles in May, and this month Chicago MC Lil Durk is taking the spotlight live from Los Angeles.

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