How to turn off Apple Music in iOS 9 (or enable it later)

How to turn off Apple Music in iOS 9 (or enable it later)
Since iOS 9 hit the block, the Apple Music service has been a constant presence on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Your stock Music app hasn't really been the same since, for Apple added to it new features like 'For You', 'New', and 'Connect'. Each of them has been built with only the goal of discovering new music in mind. 

However, you might simply not need these fine features, or you might find them contributing unnecesarry slowdown to the Music app — especially on older devices, like the iPhone 4s or iPad 2. In this case, disabling the Apple Music features inside the Music app is really a piece of cake. We'll show you how it's done in this little tutorial.



7. Jimrod

Posts: 1607; Member since: Sep 22, 2014

Yeah I don't really understand the need for this article, isn't it obvious how to turn these things on and off? Will there be articles on "How to turn on your iPhone", "How to press the home button on your iPhone" soon?

5. KushielAOC

Posts: 31; Member since: Sep 02, 2015

A lot of "Fix your iPhone" posts lately...

6. AlikMalix unregistered having another option to turn off a service you dont want, is a "fix your iphone" solution? I'm a fan of iOS, but I'm not interested in Apple Music, I turned that off the day I got the update. I havent even tried the Free 3-month trial promotion. I just like a clean music player and turning off Apple Music makes it that: I have 3 buttons: My Music, Playlists, Radio (that's it) and that's the way I like it, no bloat, no features, just my music - DONE!..

1. ThePython

Posts: 902; Member since: May 08, 2013

unnecesarry slowdown

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