There’s no such thing as a free lunch in this world, but Apple has offered its music service for free for the first three months, post this period, users will have to shell out $9.99 or $14.99 for individual and family plans respectively.
Well, everybody must have subscribed for this free Apple Music service (Number of subscribers has crossed the 10-million mark). But what will happen at the end of the third month? If you want to continue the service, you will obviously pay the subscription, but if you don’t want to use Apple Music after three months, the service will automatically charge subscription as per your current preferences – Individual or Family plan.
So if you want to discontinue the plan, you have to turn off Apple Music’s auto-renewal before your free trial ends.
How to Turn off Apple Music’s Auto Renewal
Step #1. Launch Apple Music app by tapping on the icon on your iPhone.
Step #2. Now tap on the profile icon from top left corner.
Step #3. Tap on View Apple ID.
Step #4. Enter your Apple ID password if you are prompted.
Step #5. Tap on Manage under SUBSCRIPTIONS.
Step #6. Now toggle Automatic Renewal OFF. A pop-up will appear on your screen: Turn Off Auto-Renewal? → Tap on Turn Off.
Your Apple Music auto-renewal will be turned off. At the end of the trial period, Apple Music won’t be able to charge any subscription.
Please note that if you have a Family plan, members under the Family Sharing group will not be considered eligible for Apple Music service any further.
You may like to refer:
- How to Sign up for Apple Music on Your iPhone or iPad
- How to Stop Apple Music Eating iPhone Mobile Data
- How to Replace Connect Tab with Playlists in Apple Music
- How to Move from Beats Music to Apple Music on iPhone/iPad