How to cancel your Apple Music subscription

Make sure you’re not charged when the free trial ends



CNET September 24, 2015
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Here’s how to cancel your Apple Music subscription
Apple’s generous three-month trial is coming to an end. Here’s how you can ensure you’re not charged for Apple Music. READ MORE »
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