When the Apple Music launch date arrives, Beats Music subscribers can easily sign up for the replacement service.
Fans of the Beats Music service may be curious what will happen to their existing playlists and music library when Apple Music launches. Apple has been working to make the transition between Beats Music and Apple Music as seamless as possible.
Beats Music subscribers making the switch to Apple Music may be concerned about what happens to any unused balance on their account. This balance will not be lost, it will be transferred into an iTunes credit for the same amount.
Taylor Swift has forced Apple to change its policy on how it will pay artists for its upcoming music streaming service by penning a Tumblr post titled, "To Apple, Love Taylor." In the letter Swift explains why she withheld her album, 1989, from Apple Music. Swift said she found it "shocking," "disappointing," and completely unlike Apple not to pay writers, producers and artists for songs played during a user's free 90-day-trial of Apple Music.
Users with a paid subscription can save songs for offline listening through Apple Music, but not all tracks are available for this feature. You can see a complete list of Apple Music membership features here. They include unlimited skips, "expert" music recommendations and more.
Click here for a list of Apple Music subscription plans.