Hi! I have had my 64 GB iPhone 6 for nearly a year now, and when I bought it I had already become a keen buyer of music from iTunes: in fact, I still buy music from the iTunes store quite often, in spite of having subscribed to Apple Music, as I want to be able to keep any songs I really like for good, even if I decide to give up on Apple Music one day. Little did I know how much music i would buy over the last 11 months or so, therefore I set my iPhone so that all music purchases downloaded to it automatically: I mostly listen to my music collection through my iPhone these days, so that seemed a convenient way to have music to listen to offline. As I am an iTunes Match subscriber, my entire music library is in iCloud anyway, so obviously I can stream it when I have an Internet connection. After a huge amount of iTunes purchases, with more to come as I prefer to buy music I like, my iPhone is getting rather full. So I'd like to know, what is the simplest way to delete music from my iPhone without losing it from iCloud as well? Can i simply delete music that has been downloaded to the iPhone but still have it on iCloud, or should I do something a bit more complex than that? Thanks in advance for any advice you can give me on this, which may be useful to other people too.