Apple introduced lately Apple Music, and with the attempt to advertise this service the company gave all the users a 3 month free subscription. By doing so most of the users will download there music and hence get attached to this service and start paying. That’s one of the strategies to keep users hooked up to a service. If you want to cancel Apple Music subscription check below the steps how you can it from IOS or from Itunes.
How to cancel on iOS
There’s a user account avatar on the top left corner of every page of the new music app. Tap it, and you’ll be brought to an account page.
Once there, tap ‘View Apple ID.’ You’ll be prompted to enter your Apple ID password. After you’ve done so, you’ll be taken to yet another account settings page.
Under Subscriptions, click “Manage.” You’ll see a list of everything you’ve ever subscribed to on iTunes or the App Store. Apple Music will be near the top, too, listed as “Active.” Tap on Apple Music.
The next page reveals details about your Apple Music subscription, including when your free trial ends. There’s also a toggle next to “Automatic Renewal.” Click “On,” and you’ll get a prompt asking if you’re sure. After selecting “Turn off,” you’re good to go.
How to cancel on iTunes
With iTunes, the process is similar. Click on your avatar on the top right side of iTunes and a drop-down menu will appear. Select “Account Info.”
Once again, you’ll be prompted to enter your Apple ID password and you’ll encounter another account settings page. Scroll down, until you see “Subscriptions,” and click on “Manage.
Here, you’ll see a list of your subscriptions and an edit button to the right of your Apple Music subscription.
After selecting edit, turn off the automatic renewal feature on the Apple Music subscription page.
Apple makes sure you’re ready to cancel by asking you one last time if you want to turn off the option.
If you change your mind and miss Apple Music after your trial has ended, you can still go back to these pages and turn the subscription back on. After all, that’s exactly what Apple wants you to do.