Apple Is Finally Shutting Down Beats Music, Users Are Advised To Switch To Apple Music
Apple will shut down Beats Music on November 30.
Many Beats Music users are wondering what will happen to the service after November 30. The answer is provided on the Beat Music support page:
“Beats Music ends on November 30. Your subscription will be cancelled, but you can move your picks and preferences over to Apple Music right now.”
If you visit Beats Music official web page, you’ll be invited to join Apple Music, as the service is ending November 30.
Apple is encouraging Beats Music users to switch to Apple Music. Not so long ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook said Apple Music has 15 users, including 6.5 million paid subscribers. This music service became available for iOS users on June 30, and a few days ago, Apple Music became available for Android as well.
If you have been using Beats Music, you can migrate your music from this service to Apple Music, as Beats provided a detailed guide for both, iOS and Android users.
Apple Music service is free for three months. After free trial ends, you can choose the plan. Individual membership costs $9.99 per month, and family membership costs $14.99 per month.
You can learn more about the Apple Music here.
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