Ever since Apple has launched its music streaming service, Apple Music, users have gone gaga over this new entertainment gateway.
With millions of songs to stream, the service has garnered attention from across the globe. But at the same time, this service consumes lot of internet data on your iPhone. If you want to stop Apple Music eating your iPhone’s cellular data, here are some helpful tips for you.
How to Stop Apple Music Eating your iPhone’s Cellular Data
Why should you stream music? Just download…
You know what your choices are. And therefore, it is wise to download those songs before you gear up to your next long trip. If you have subscribed for Apple Music service, you can play your list offline.
To listen to your choice of music offline, just tap on the ellipsis next to a track. A menu with different options will appear; now tap on Make Available Offline. By following this method, you will be able to access songs from My Music on Apple Music. And this will also save your iPhone’s Mobile data.
Download over Wi-Fi
Never download your songs by using your cellular data; make sure that you are using Wi-Fi network at office or at home. Before you hit the Make Available Offline button, make sure that your iPhone is on Wi-Fi network. Swipe up the Control Center and check that your WiFi is enabled; or you can check the WiFi symbol next to your mobile operator’s name mentioned on top left of your iPhone screen.
If you are an avid fan of Beats, your iPhone would utilize more of your data. Here also, you can follow the above advice to save your data. Follow a few simple steps mentioned below.
Step #1. Open Music App on your iPhone.
Step #3. Tap on Beats 1 banner.Step #3. Now scroll down to the Featured Shows section.Step #4. Tap on the show you like to listen to.Step #5. You will be landed on the Connect page of an artist, where you can check a list of previous shows available as Playlists.
Your iPhone data may be consumed without your notice if you have done any music purchase via iTunes or through another device. In this situation, you can disable automatic downloads from the settings.
To Disable Automatic Downloads, Follow the Steps
If you never want to use your Mobile data, there is a one simple way to save your data, and it is a sure-shot way. Just toggle Use Cellular Data off in your iTunes & App Store.
Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone.
Step #2. Tap on iTunes & App Store.
There is an option of Use Mobile/Cellular Data under the Updates, which is last one under AUTOMATIC DOWNLOADS section.