Once in Apple eco-system, users always love the way they can access content anywhere in the world. Music, games, and books are things that you would always like to have at your beck and call. Since music is your entertainment dosage, you desperately need this tequila shot at anytime, anywhere.
But following some problems, quite a few users failed to access their Apple Music playlists on their iPhones. Even after taking all necessary steps, they were disappointed. If you are one such user, make sure that you are logged into your iTunes account on both Mac and iPhone; also confirm that you have signed in and out of iCloud, and force-quit Apple Music on iPhone.
If nothing works, you can follow the steps mentioned here for your Mac and iPhone. In the long run, it is the battle or bonhomie between your iTunes and Apple Music that matter. Your membership and your ownership of songs in Apple Music rely on iCloud Music Library, which is a newer cloud-based protocol connected with your Apple ID.
First, you should enable iCloud Music Library on all your iOS devices and Mac; this will ensure a hassle-free experience across all devices.
How to Access Your Apple Music Playlists Anywhere
On your Mac
Step #1. Open iTunes on Mac.
Step #2. Click on Preferences in iTunes menu.
Step #3. Click on General from the top.
Under the Library Name option, you can see two check boxes.
Step #4. Click on iCloud Music Library check box.
The system may prompt you to enter your Apple ID. Enter your Apple ID and click OK.
All your Apple Music songs and playlists are now available to your Mac; if you make any change on your Mac, it will reflect on other devices enabled by iCloud Music Library.
On your iPhone
Step #1. Tap on Settings app from the home screen of your iPhone.
Step #2. Scroll down and tap on Music.
Step #3. Now toggle iCloud Music Library ON.
This will establish the connection between both your Mac and iPhone; so any change you make on either device will reflect on each other.