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How do I get my Apple Music icon back?

To get your Apple Music icon back, you’ll need to open up the App Store on your iPhone or iPad. Once it’s open, locate the magnifying glass icon in the bottom-right corner and tap it to search for Apple Music.

Once you see the music streaming service in the search results, tap the “Get” button to the right of the app’s description. Wait for the download to complete and then you should see the Apple Music icon appear back on your home screen.

Additionally, you can also follow these steps to redownload the app if, for some reason, you don’t see it in the App Store search results:

1) Head to Settings > General > iPhone Storage.

2) Tap the “Offload Unused Apps” toggle to disable it and wait for the process to finish.

3) Once finished, head back to the App Store and search for Apple Music.

4) Tap “Get” next to the app’s description and wait for the download to complete.

5) After that, the Apple Music icon should appear on your home screen.

Why did my Apple Music icon disappeared?

The most likely are that you have either accidentally deleted the app from your device, that you have disabled the app from the settings, or that your device isn’t compatible with Apple Music.

It’s possible that you or someone else using your device has accidentally deleted the Apple Music icon from your device. To check if this is the case, go to your device’s home screen and look for the Apple Music icon.

If it isn’t there, you can redownload it from the Apple app store.

Another possibility is that you have disabled the Apple Music app from the device’s settings. To check, open the device settings and locate the Apple Music app. If it’s listed there, make sure the toggle switch next to it is in the ‘on’ position.

Finally, it’s possible that your device isn’t compatible with Apple Music. To check, go to the Apple Music app store page on your device and look in the information section. It will state if your device is compatible with the app.

Where has my Apple Music gone?

If your Apple Music has gone missing, the first thing you should do is make sure you’re still signed in to the same account. To do this, open the Music app on your device, go to the Library tab, and make sure your Apple ID is displayed at the top of the screen.

If you’re still signed in to the same account, but you can’t find your music library, check to see if the subscription has expired by going to your account settings.

If the subscription hasn’t expired, the next step is to try a reset. To do this, open the Music app, go to Settings, then choose Reset. This will reset the app, and any content you have stored there might come back.

Finally, if a reset and checking your subscription don’t work, you’re going to need a more technical solution. It’s possible that the Music library on your device has become corrupted, so back up your device and reinstall Apple Music.

To do this, go to Settings and tap General, then tap Reset > Reset All Content and Settings. Keep in mind that this will delete all your other apps and data, so make sure to back everything up first.

Once the reinstall is complete, log in to your Apple Music account and your library should be restored.

If all else fails, contact Apple Care for more help.

What happens if I delete Apple Music app?

If you delete the Apple Music app, you will no longer be able to access your Apple Music Library, which contains all of your downloaded and streamed music from the service. You would also lose access to the Beats 1 radio station, as well as Apple Music radio stations created from your favorite songs and artists.

Additionally, you would no longer be able to access exclusive Apple Music features, such as artist-curated playlists, offline listening, and recommended music playlists. This also applies for downloading music for offline listening.

Lastly, you would lose access to the Connect feature, where you have the ability to follow your favorite artists and see their updates and latest music.

Why does my iPhone not have Apple Music?

Your iPhone may not have Apple Music because either your device’s software may not be updated, or your device may not be compatible with Apple Music. To make sure your device has the latest software, go to Settings > General > Software Update.

If the software is up to date, but your device is still not showing the Apple Music app, your device may not be compatible with Apple Music. To check the compatibility of Apple Music with your device, you can visit the official website for Apple Music or the Apple Support website.

Why is Apple Music taking up storage?

Apple Music is taking up storage because it stores all the music and content you stream, download, and save offline on your device. Offline content typically takes up more storage than streaming because the music is stored on your device, in a compressed file format, so you can listen to it without an internet connection.

Furthermore, when you create Apple Music playlists, Apple Music caches those playlists on your device so you can quickly play them off-line. Finally, if you’ve added music from your personal music library to Apple Music, then that content is also automatically stored in the Apple Music app for easy access on all your devices.

What happens to my music library with Apple Music?

With Apple Music, your music library will be stored in the cloud. This means that all of your music will be available from any device with an Apple ID. With iCloud Music Library, all of your music is uploaded to the cloud and can be accessed from any Apple device.

You don’t even need to physically store the songs on your device. iCloud Music Library also allows you to store your playlists, downloads, and favorites, so you can easily access them from any device.

Additionally, Apple Music gives you access to millions of songs, artist radio, and curated playlists so you can easily discover new music.

How long does Apple keep your music?

Apple will keep your music as long as you’re an active subscriber to their Apple Music, iTunes Match, and iTunes Store services. This means that as long as you continue to pay the subscription fee, your music will continue to be available.

When you cancel either of these services, you will no longer have access to the music and any tracks you previously purchased will no longer be playable.

However, Apple does allow for a grace period in the event where you forget to renew your subscription. If you’ve previously purchased music, movies, or apps on iTunes, Apple will keep your purchases up to 90 days after your subscription lapses.

This allows you the time to renew your subscription and regain access to your music, movies, and apps.

Ultimately, while Apple will keep your music (as well as other purchases) as long as you remain a subscribed member, it’s important to note that you must continue to pay the subscription fee in order to maintain access to your music and other purchases.