Yesterday marked the major update in the history of Apple’s services as the technogiant introduced its music streaming service – Apple Music. The new service has extraordinary features like “For You”, “New”, “Radio”, “Connect” and “My Music”. However, industry experts have rated this Apple Music as “not so perfect app” from Apple. But for end-users, this service would prove a treasure trove of music collection.
I hope you all have updated your iDevices with iOS 8.4 and started using Apple Music. Among other features, “Connect” must have captured your attention as “For You”, “Radio” and “My Music” section of the new Music app are very handy.
The new service “Connect” is considered as a platform for musicians and users to interact with one another. It is like a social network where users “follow” their favorite artists and explore extra content like musicians’ other works, their inspirations and their personal world.
Connect may not catch the fancy of every Apple Music user, and therefore, there is a facility to replace “Connect” with more functional “Playlists”, which provides you quick access to all your playlists. You can completely get rid of “Connect” tab from Apple Music in iOS. Here is how you can do this.
How to Turn Off “Connect” Tab in Apple Music on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. Launch Settings on your iPhone/iPad → Tap on General.
Step #2. Tap on Restrictions → Enter your Passcode.
Step #3. Toggle Apple Music Connect OFF.
Now you can tap on Apple Music and check the “Playlists” in place of “Connect”. To bring back “Connect” in Apple Music, repeat the same steps and toggle Apple Music Connect ON.