Subscribe to Apple Music on iPhone
Apple Music is an ad-free streaming music service that lets you listen to millions of songs and your iTunes library. As a subscriber, you can listen any time—online or off—and create your own playlists, get personalized recommendations, see music your friends are listening to, watch exclusive video content, and more.
Join Apple Music
Join Apple Music when you first open the Music app ; to join later, go to Settings > Music, then tap Start Free Trial. There are three subscription plans:
Individual subscription: Get access to the full Apple Music catalog, expert recommendations, and on‑demand radio stations.
Family subscription: Up to six people can enjoy unlimited access to Apple Music on their devices.
Student subscription: Have complete access to Apple Music, at a price designed for students.
If you’re a student at a qualifying school, you can join Apple Music for a discounted subscription price for up to 48 months (4 years). The time needn’t be continuous. Student subscriptions aren’t available in all locations (see where they’re available).
New subscribers can start a trial and cancel at any time. If you end your Apple Music subscription, you can no longer stream Apple Music songs or play Apple Music songs you downloaded.
Show or hide subscription features
Go to Settings , then tap Music.
Turn Show Apple Music on or off.
Choose cellular data options for Music
Go to Settings > Music > Cellular Data, where you can do the following:
Turn streaming on or off
Choose High Quality Streaming
High Quality Streaming uses more cellular data and songs may take longer to start playing.
Allow downloading music over cellular
If you’re not a subscriber, you can use Music to listen to music synced to your iPhone from iTunes, play and download previous iTunes Store purchases, and listen to Beats 1 for free.