"I just started my free trial of Apple Music today. After starting the free trial, I saw that I was supposed to back up before starting Apple Music. A little late for that, don't you think? Anyway, after the three month free trial ends, what will happen to the music that I had on my device before starting Apple Music? Will it be deleted?"
Yes. If you choose to pay for the service, nothing will happen. You can listen to anything you want—Beats 1 included—at any time during the trial period, and it doesn't take up valuable space on your device. If you let the subscription expire once the trial is over, any songs associated with Apple Music won't play. The music, albums & playlists you add to your Library using Apple Music will be removed if you do not pay for the monthly service after your free 3 month trial.
Apple Music: Free Three-month Trials
Apple Music is, to quote the company, "All the ways you love music. All in one place."
From there, you can mix-and-match your songs with their songs in online or offline playlists, listen to specific artists, or rock out to hand-built groupings of music from Apple's music editors. Free three-month trials are available in many countries, just like previously-launched countries.
How to stop Apple Music charging you when your free trial ends?
You get Apple Music free for three months, but if you do nothing, you'll start paying after that. When gaining access, you will have entered your Apple ID password, meaning that your bank card will be billed. If you are not interested about Apple Muisc and don't want to do this, you can turn off automatic renewal.
Step 1 In the Music app, hit your profile in the top left corner of the screen.
Step 2 Hit "View Apple ID" and enter your passsword to go to your account options.
Step 3 Scroll down to subscriptions and press "Manage"
Step 4 Turn the "Automatic Renewal" option to off.
What happens to my music after the Apple Music trial ends?
Any song from the Apple Music catalog has DRM (digital rights management) applied to it, which is how the company makes sure you don't sign up for a streaming service, download a bunch of songs for offline listening, then cancel and run away with that music. So you can play any song from the Apple Music catalog on your devices, but after the Apple Music trial ends, any songs from the subscription catalog, however, will become unplayable.
How to keep apple music songs after trial?
If you are using the 3-month free trial of Apple Music and have downloaded a few albums into your iPhone. How to keep apple music if you do not join the subscription after the free trial period? Is it possible?
Yes. Simply have a try the Apple Music Converter.
Apple Music Converter is helpful and useful, which uses high recording and encoding to MP3 / AAC technology to convert these DRM Apple Music files to MP3 formats with up to 16X conversion speed and as well as CD output quality, and then you can download apple music offline; keep the apple music forever; transfer and enjoy apple music on any MP3 audio player devices as you like.
Keep Apple Music Songs Still There if Subscription Stops after Free Trial
The following guide demonstrates how to convert apple music on Mac, and save apple music offline after free trial. If you are Windows users, you can also follow the guide, the procedure is similar.
Step 1 Launch Apple Music Converter to Convert Apple Music.
Install and launch Apple Music Converter. Once the software started normally, the itunes will be lauched automatically at the same time.
Step 2 Add Apple Music.
Choose Apple music you want to convert. Click the relevant Playlists category and select one or more apple music files you want to convert.
Step 3 Select MP3 as Output Format.
Set MP3 as output format and select the destination folder you want to save your output files in. The profile settings will be adjusted automatically according to the chosen output format. You can also set your own output parameters. You can also adjust audio parameters like sample rate, bit rate, etc.
Step 4 Start the Apple music Conversion
After completing the previous steps, click "Convert" to begin converting Apple music to MP3. When the conversion finishes, you can click Find Target to locate the converted DRM-free apple music files.
Step 5 Sync Converted Apple Music to iPhone, iPad, iPod with iTunes.
Add the converted apple music files to iTunes Library, and then you can sync your iPhone, iPad and iPod with iTunes.
Now you have all the apple music offline files even if subscription stops after free trial.
Apple Music Converter is a simple way to convert Apple Music to MP3 or any other audio formats for easy playback on any device you like e.g. HP TouchPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, BalckBerry PlayBook, Kindle Fire, HTC phones, Samsung Galaxy, Motorola Droids, car video, any other MP4/MP3 player and cell phone. With a friendly and simple interface, it is very easy to use. Now you can Feel free to transfer unprotected MP3 files to any MP3 player, mobile phone or Windows PC and enjoy them on the go. Save and keep apple music songs after trial!