Set up Home Sharing
Use Home Sharing on a Mac
For whatever reason, if you want to cancel your Apple Music subscription, here is all you need to know. You should know that there is no need to wait till the day before the next billing day to cancel Apple Music. You can just cancel Apple Music Subscription now and you can still access it until the next billing date. That is to say, if you get Apple Music trial, you can cancel it now and still be able to enjoy Apple Music for 3 months free. There are a few ways to manage your Apple Music subscription, but none of them are extremely obvious. You can follow the steps below according to the device you are using. The first way to cancel your Apple music subscription is from your iPhone. It is the same for canceling it on an iPad.
It's easy to share your iTunes music library with your family by using the Home Sharing feature. But if you switch to another streaming service and will no longer use your iTunes account or listen to the music in it, it isn't possible to transfer ownership of that digital content to another Apple ID, such as your partner's or child's Apple ID. There is a workaround, however. If you change the account details for your Apple ID, you can effectively assign it to a different person. That person will then have ownership over your iTunes music library. Here's how to reassign your iTunes account by changing the account details for your Apple ID. It isn't possible to transfer ownership of your music because every song purchased from the iTunes Store is linked to a particular Apple ID, which cannot be changed. When you change the account details for your Apple ID, the ID itself doesn't change, but the details behind it do. It's possible to make these changes using just a web browser.
On Windows, however, iTunes lives on. Step 1: Make sure any device you want to share with is signed in using the same Apple ID and has been authorized to play purchased items on that Apple ID. Step 3: Click Sharing , then click Media Sharing in the left-hand sidebar. Step 1: Make sure that any device that wants to access or share an Apple Music library is turned on, is not asleep and is running Apple Music.