Download and Install Apple Music on iPhone with iOS 8.4

Download and Install Apple Music on iPhone with iOS 8.4

With Apple entering the into the music streaming market there is a lot of hype around there new Apple Music streaming App which also now integrates with the Music App. With some great features such as a worldwide Beats radio station, human select playlists and a 3 month free trail there is a lot to offer and is worth trying if your already running an iOS device. Unlike other operating systems you can’t just simply download the new App, the Apple Music app is included in the latest iOS 8.4 update which also addresses some bugs. Some may argue that Apple is force feeding this App to users if when not wanted. But if you are looking to download the latest update and set up the App it is very easy to do so.


Download and Install Apple Music Step 1

As Apple Music is included in the iOS 8.4 update it is required to download which is accessible through your iOS device. By going into Settings > General > Software Update > Install update. Unlike previous Apple updates this one is around 200MB shouldn’t take up to much memory. The download time will vary on your internet speed but your device should restart shortly after downloading with the new Apple Music App.


Download and Install Apple Music Step 2

Once downloaded and installed you will be able to access the Apple Music App. When opened you may have to sign in with you iTunes ID and password. From there you are able to sign up for the 3 month free trial. It will ask you for a payment authorisation but will not be processed until the 3 month trail is finished. As it automatically rolls over to the subscription it asks for payment permission now. In the Apple Music App there is a way of turning this off. By going into Account located on the top left hand corner under You > View Apple ID > Subscriptions / Manage > Turn renewal subscription from On to Off.


Download and Install Apple Music Step 3

Alternatively to downloading the iOS update from your iPhone / iPad / iPod you can plug in your device to iTunes to check for the latest update. By going into my iPhone > Check for updates > Update

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