Siri and Apple Music is a game changer, but unsubscribing is seemingly impossible.
So Apple Music with Siri is truly the biggest game changer as far as the ability to hear a song quickly since Youtube! I don't know if anyone has made this clear, but all one need do is tell Siri the name of a song or an artist, and it plays right away! That is amazing because even if you don't own a song, even if you've never played it before, it is played as fast as you can say its name. However, changing or unsubscribing to your subscription seems all but impossible. I spent quite a while yesterday on the phone with Apple (the beauty of working in education at the public school level and being off for Summer), and once you are in the app, it will not uncheck the $9.99 option, nor show you the box to change to a paid version of the app. All in all though, it's an amazing game changer as I said. P. S. Not only can you hear songs and full albums, but old time radio as well.
It's a free trial for everyone for 3 months, and because it is, the option to unsubscribe might not be available til then. You can change the auto-renew option under your subscriptions, so there is that at least. I would say, wait til September and if there's no renew option, it might be time to yell at Apple. Til then enjoy the free trial.
I also couldn't find an "unsubscribe" option in 'account settings" so if Toonhead's theory is correct, it better give us the option at least 24 hours before the 1st of September because the email I got sent said that it would start charging us from the date; guess mine will be the 1st since I signed up on that date american time.
But this same email that would have been sent to everyone has a link that says "click here to manage your subscriptions.".
Just uncheck renew. it's a chck box. it will not renew yoru subscription but maybr ask you if you want to do this or stop once September 30 comes and goes.
Just go to account and click on your Apple ID and go to view subscriptions and you should get the option to turn off Auto-renewing.