When Does My Apple Music Trial End?

Welcome to my blog! I’m here to talk about music, specifically Apple Music. I’m sure many of you are wondering when your free trial ends. Well, wonder no more! I have all the answers right here.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy some tunes while I tell you everything you need to know about Apple Music trials.

Apple Music Trial

An Apple Music subscription offers all of the benefits of iTunes Match, plus a lot more. You can access your music library on all of your devices and listen to any song, ad-free with zero commercials. Plus, you’ll get access to Apple’s entire catalog of music.

Your Apple Music subscription will automatically renew at the end of your 3-month trial period. To cancel, go to Settings > Music > Subscriptions and tap Cancel Subscription. If you don’t cancel before the end of the 3-month trial period, you will be automatically charged the monthly price of $9.99 per month.

How to cancel Apple Music

You can cancel your Apple Music subscription at any time. If you cancel during a trial period, you might lose access to content that you downloaded during the trial.

To cancel on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

Open the Settings app. Tap Music. Turn off Show Apple Music. Tap Cancel Subscription. If asked, enter the password for your Apple ID. Tap Confirm to complete the cancellation.

How to end Apple Music Trial

To cancel your Apple Music subscription:

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:
Open the Settings app.
Tap iTunes & App Store.
Tap your Apple ID at the top of the screen. (If you’re not signed in, tap Use Existing Apple ID, then enter your Apple ID and password.)
Tap View Apple ID. You might need to sign in with your Apple ID.
Click Manage under Subscriptions. (If you don’t see this option, tap iTunes & App Store > your name > Subscriptions.) If you don’t see a subscriptions option, contact Apple Support. If you have more than one subscription and want to see which plan each subscription is for, use the options to manage your subscriptions. Or tap Cancel Subscription to cancel all of your subscriptions. If you still can’t view or cancel on iOS or macOS, contact Apple Support.”

What happens when Apple Music Trial ends

When your Apple Music trial ends, you will lose access to any songs, albums, or playlists that you added to your Library while you had the free trial. If you cancel during your trial period and don’t resubscribe, you will also lose any songs, albums, or playlists that you downloaded during your free trial.

How to continue Apple Music after Trial

Your Apple Music trial includes three free months of access to all of the features of the service. After the trial ends, you will be automatically charged the standard monthly price for an Apple Music subscription. If you cancel your trial or subscription before the end of the trial period, you will not be charged.

How to get Apple Music after Trial

You can start a free trial of Apple Music on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. If you can’t find the free trial offer, make sure that your country or region supports Apple Music.

After the free three-month trial, you will be charged monthly. To avoid being charged after the trial ends, cancel your subscription.

What is Apple Music?

Apple Music is a streaming music service that offers access to over 50 million songs. It also has a large selection of curated playlists, exclusive content, and personalized recommendations. You can try Apple Music free for 3 months, after which you will be charged $9.99/month unless you cancel your subscription.

How to use Apple Music

Assuming you’re talking about the 3-month free trial:

After you sign up for Apple Music, you get a free three-month trial. To keep using Apple Music after the trial ends, you must subscribe to the service. If you cancel during your trial period and had signed up for Apple Music using your iOS device or Mac, make sure to turn off Automatic Renewal. If you cancel during your trial period and had signed up for Apple Music using your Android device, make sure to turn off automatic renewals in the Google Play Music app.

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