Listening to music on your iDevices can be a great experience, especially if you’ve subscribed to the Apple Music service. For your kind information, Apple Music allows you to stream music from its entire music library. This means that you don’t own the music that you’re listening to, and not the files are also not present on your device. Perhaps, you’re listening to tracks stored in a music library owned by Apple.
You can subscribe to Apple Music based on a monthly subscription after having an experience of its free trial. Some unfortunate Apple users encountering issues related to Apple Music, it is not working at all. Just follow our troubleshooting guide that will help you to fix Apple Music not working issue on iPhone and iPad. Also, there are some common issues that you might encounter with Apple Music, but don’t worry we got you all covered up. Without further ado, let’s get started.
How To Fix Apple Music Not Working Issue on iPhone/iPad
According to the sources, some users have reported that they’re facing issue related to Apple Music like Apple Music freezes, unable to login, unable to sync, unable to play music, etc. It said that, this issue is mostly encountered to those who’ve updated the iOS of their devices.
Here’re some fixes that might fix the issue with Apple Music
Force Restart you restart your device
- Forcing your iPhone or iPad is the major thing you can do.
- For iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch who have Home buttons.
- Press Home and Power at the same time until the Apple logo is displayed.
- iPhone 7, 7+, and iPod 7th generation.
- Press and hold both the side volume down buttons for 10 seconds until the Apple logo is displayed.
- For iPhone 8 or above, iPad with no home button present.
- Press and release the volume up button, then press promptly release the volume down button, now, press and hold the Side button until the Apple logo is displayed.
Free Some Spaces on your iDevices
- If you’re unable to download songs or display album covers, then try to free up some space.
- Ensure that 3-4GB of space is free in order to allow Apple Music to download songs, albums, etc.
- This troubleshooting has worked for many users when they free internal space for Apple Music to work.
Update your iDevices
- Make sure that your device is updated to the latest version of iOS.
- If you’re accessing Apple Music on Macs/PC, update the iTunes on the latest version.
- Now, try if this works.
Check your Internet Connection
- If you’re using a Wi-Fi or modem, then turn off and then turn on the Wi-Fi or modem.
- Try to switch on cellular data.
- Turn off and turn on your Airplane mode, to resync the network.
What if Nothing Works?
If the solutions listed above don’t work for you, then it’s time to visit the Apple Support centre. This is the smartest move you can do, the issue will get a fix. You can use your iDevice the way you want just like before.
That’s it for now. You can comment below for your further queries or your experiences. Till then stay tuned for more info.