Cheat-Sheet To Enjoy Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s Apple Music Without Pinching Your Pockets

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s Apple Music is now available free of charge for a limited time. Already some user reviews have shown how the service is great or how it is finicky in some areas. One area the many users haven’t loved is the auto renew of subscription payments. You can end this problem by doing some simple tweaks in your Apple ID section. Failure to deactivate the default auto renewable feature will mean that you would have to automatically pay for the service even if you intended to end it after the trial.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) isn’t the only one doing it. Many service providers like the auto payment renewal feature, it has the aspect of locking in subscribers longer than they intended. There is also the financial benefit where you keep making deductions as long as subscribers forget when they should unsubscribe.

Apple Music comes with an auto renewable feature, but you can get over it with a few simple steps.

Modus operandi

To fix the auto subscription renewable issue on Apple Music, start by opening the app on your iPhone. From there head straight to the icon on the top-left corner. Taping the icon will bring you to your account page, from where you should tap the “view Apple ID” option. Once you tap to view your Apple ID, you will see “Manage” at the bottom, so tap that. While there, you can make adjustment to your Apple Music subscription plan. Deselect auto-renewal if you intend to have some second thought after the free trial ends. You can return to auto-renewable setting if you intend to keep the service for the whole haul.

Enjoying music at Apple’s expense

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is letting everyone enjoy Apple Music at its own expense for three months. After that, you will have to part with $10 monthly for an individual account or $15 monthly for a family account – a family of six users.

The free trial of Apple Music is sure to draw many testers from Spotify and other rival services. You can go back to your former provider after enjoying Apple Music without paying anything.

Neha Gupta

Neha Gupta has been in the financial space for over six years now. Gupta earned her MBA degree from Symbiosis Centre of Distance Learning in 2009 and her passion for finance led her to pursue Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) course. She has successfully completed Level II of her CFA. She is a veteran in article writing, which is depicted in her numerous pieces published on SeekingAlpha, Nextiphonenews, InsiderMonkey, MarketWatch, and Techinsider. Her crisp and eloquent writing finds its best place in Researchcows, where emphasis is given on developing rich content for various websites, products, business plans, trainings, and book writing.

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