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How to Turn Off Apple Music's Auto-Renewal after Free Trial

Athryn Mitchell

Mobile phone analyst, Editor-in-Chief of TransPhone. Find more on her Fackbook or Google+.

On WWDC 2015, Apple Inc. has put Apple Music into stage. If you sign in your account and register it with your credit card on your iOS 8 device, you will get a 3 month trial. But this also means you've permitted Apple to bind your credit card and pay for the service after they expire the 3-month trial. If you just want to experience the Apple Music function rather than pay for it, you can read the below guide which shows you how to turn off auto-renewal for Apple Music after the free trial.

Step 1. Enter Apple Store
First of all, go to Apple Store on your iPhone. In the "Featured" list, scroll down to the bottom and you will find your Apple ID shown there.
Choose Features on the Screen Choose Apple ID
Step 2 View Apple ID
Tap on the account and you will be shown the third screenshot. Please choose "View Apple ID" and follow the second step.
Tap and View Apple ID
After tapping on "View Apple ID", you will be asked to scroll down and find the "Manage" icon. And now, you've come to the last step. In reader's Digest, you can see the option "Automatic Renewal", what you need to do is just to turn off the blue "Automatic Rewewal" and tap "Done".
Manage Apple ID on iPhone  Disable Auto Renewal on iPhone
That's it. After those three simple steps, you can disable auto renewal with ease to stop the Apple Music service after the 3 month free trial.

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