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iOS Tips: How to try Apple Music for free without paying later

The highly anticipated Apple Music subscription service has arrived, bringing limitless song streaming to the seemingly endless iTunes library. And the first three months are free!

But when signing up, you'll notice that Apple sets you up to auto-renew at the end of the trial, which means monthly charges of $9.99/9.99/AU$11.99 (individual plan pricing) or $14.99/14.99/AU$17.99 (family plan pricing) could kick in without you realizing it on September 30.

Not to worry: you can cancel the auto-renew right now without affecting your free trial, and it couldn't be easier.

Manage subscriptions

On an iPhone or iPad, go to Settings > iTunes & App Store, and open your Apple ID. Next tap "View Apple ID" and type your Apple ID password to reach the Account Settings screen.

Scroll down until you reach Subscriptions, and tap Manage. Here you'll find everything you're subscribed to, from Apple Music to magazines. Tap your Apple Music membership to bring up details about this subscription. Here you can toggle off auto-renew, or subscribe at any time if you decide to do so.

And that's it! Now there's no chance you'll be charged at some future date, so you can enjoy your free trial of Apple Music worry-free.

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