How to play Apple Music on iPhone X after you unsubscribe Apple Musicby Leo Fan Market
Today some customers can get their iPhone X, which is thought as the best iPhone in the past 10 years.
iPhone X features a new all-screen design. Face ID, which makes your face your password. And the most powerful and smartest chip ever in a smartphone.
The iPhone X is the first iPhone to have a 5.8-inch screen with ultraslim bezels. The first to use an OLED screen, a different technology than the typical LCD panels, which Apple says will make colors absolutely pop. The first iPhone to completely do away with Apple's iconic home button, a mainstay since the very first iPhone. Face ID gives it a new way to securely unlock the phone and pay with your face (Apple has no more use for your fingerprints).
You know, Apple Music is a streaming music service, which supports users a large amount of music tracks for you. Users can play them and download for playing offline and so on.
This looks good, isn't it. But when you unsubscribe and cancel the Apple Music service, all the songs from Apple Music will be either removed from your drive - or probably will be with DRM protected which will prevent you from accessing. If these music tracks are purchased ones, you can keep them on your hard drive without limitations.
So is there any way to remove the DRM from downloaded Apple Music files, and then you can transfer the converted Audio tracks to iPhone X. Meanwhile there is no need to worry about the DRM limitations.
How to remove DRM and play Apple Music on iPhone X forever
If you want to make the conversion easily, you need to ask Macsome iTunes Converter for help, which supports removing DRM from downloaded Apple Music, purchased Audiobook and convert them to MP3 / AAC format with excellent output quality and up to 20X conversion speed.
First of all, free download the latest version of iTunes Converter for Mac which supports Mac OS X 10.13 well, install on your Mac and then launch it.
Step 1. Click Add button to add the music files from Music library of iTunes.
Step 2. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder.
Step 3. Click CONVERT button to start conversion.
After the conversion, the DRM of Apple Music songs has been removed, and you can transfer them to iPhone X and play and keep them as long as you like. as well.
Created on Nov 3rd 2017 04:36. Viewed 451 times.