I like Apple Music. It works flawlessly on the iPhone and is just so seamlessly intertwined with the rest of the Apple ecosystem. And its wide-spread availability on Android and Windows means that I have zero issues accessing my music no matter what device I use.
If you are on the same boat but have already made up your mind to ditch Apple Music, then let me show what you must do to cancel your subscription.
It should also work if all you are looking for is avoid getting billed at the end of Apple Music's generous 3-month trial.
Just keep in mind that you can cancel your Apple Music subscription on any device that you use it on, be it an iPhone, an Android smartphone, a Mac, or a Windows PC. And since your subscription is tied to your Apple ID, the cancellation will automatically apply to all devices.
Note: Despite canceling your subscription, you can keep using Apple Music until the end of the current billing period. You can see how much time you have remaining during the final stages of the cancellation process.
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Apple Music - iPhone
If you are using Apple Music on an iPhone, you can use two ways to cancel your Apple Music subscription. The first method involves using the Music app, while the second method requires making use of the iPhone Settings app. These methods also apply equally to the iPad.
Method 1 - Music App
Step 1: Open the Music app, and then switch to the For You tab. Follow by tapping your profile portrait to the upper-right corner of the screen.
Step 2: Tap Manage Subscription. On the subsequent screen that contains your Apple Music subscription details, tap Cancel Subscription.
Step 3: Tap Confirm to cancel your Apple Music subscription.
Method 2 - Settings App
Step 1: Open the Settings app on your iPhone and then tap your Apple ID. Next, tap Subscriptions.
Step 2: Select Apple Music Subscription from underneath the Active section. On the screen that follows, tap Cancel Subscription.
Step 3: Confirm that you want to cancel your Apple Music subscription.