If you are not a fan of Apple Music and prefer to disable it, here is how you can disable the Apple Music.
Apple Music was released alongside iOS 8.4 release earlier this week, allowing users to finally start using a new music streaming service company that aims to compete with other services like Spotify and Pandora.
There is a lot to be excited about with Apple Music and a 3 month trial gives the user more than enough time to decide if it is something that will be worth paying for. However, some users have been heavily invested into other music services that Apple Music just is not interested in them.
However, if you still have locally stored music on your iPhone that you play through the Music app, Apple Music is still something that you will have to deal with, since the service is bundled with its own Music app.
The good news is that you can turn off the Apple Music and get rid of some of the features that allow you to get back the old Music app interface. Here’s how to do it.
How to turn off apple music on your iPhone and iPad
One thing to note before we get started is that you can not really turn off Apple Music and disable it from appearing, but it should be much less annoying for you as we take you through the steps on how to turn off the Apple Music. You will not be able to go completely back to the old Music app, but hopefully will make it a little as expected.
If you want to continue to listen to your own music on your iPhone without Apple Music get in the way, follow the simple steps to disable and turn off some features Apple Music.
First: Go to Settings> Music and turn off Music App Show so the green switch turns gray. This will remove for you and your new tab in the Music app, making it a little less messy.
However, this still leaves the Connect tab at the bottom, which is a big part of Apple Music, so while turning off Technically Music Apples should disable all features, it really is not, and some new aspects of the music streaming service still exist.
You can head to Settings> General> Restrictions, and then turn off Apple Music Connect. This will remove the Apple Music Connect tab and will only show My Music, Playlists, and Radio in the Music app.
Again, this still will not completely remove the Apple Music from the Music app, and you will not have the correct interface from older app version, but it is certainly better than nothing. However, Radio is still there if you ever just want to listen to music at random, or choose a particular station to play in the background while you do work or have more guests.
Use different Music App entirely
If you are still not satisfied that Apple Music is not completely lost, even after you disable some of its features, hope is not lost yet. Even, you can just simply use the application to different music altogether.
If you want something almost imitation of the old Music app interface, Music is a good one to try, although it has not been updated in more than a year, so use at your own risk.
Other options include Groove, Songbucket, Music and Listen, all of which offer a unique interface.
Downgrade to iOS 8.3
As a major step forward, downgrading to iOS 8.3 will give you back the old Music app that you have lost.
Plus, downgrading fairly easy, but you only have a certain time before Apple close the bug, because the company will tend to just keep the iOS 8.3 update around for a week or more.
iOS 8.4 obviously comes with some general bug fixes and performance improvements, but addition of the Apple music is really only the great new features in iOS 8.4, so if you want to downgrade to iOS 8.3, you will not miss much other than Apple Music.
Of course, if Apple Music is the thing you want to get away from, then downgrading to iOS 8.3 might be a really good idea, but be aware that Apple Music is probably here to stay, and it will be included with iOS 9 as well.