Apple Music not dead on Yosemite

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  1. JohnArtist, Jun 8, 2017
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2017

    JohnArtist macrumors member

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    Without warning, Apple Music has died iTunes on a Mac running Yosemite. This just started a few days ago (around the time of the Event). Many, many people are reporting the same thing in the Apple Forums (see link). "For You", "Browse", and "Radio" tabs now show full blank screens, and search doesn't function in these tabs. Some have called, and the answer is "install Sierra". Not a good solution as Sierra is incompatible with a lot of needs people have who are experiencing this (as well as Apple Music saying it is compatible with Yosemite).

    Apple Forum post:
    https://discussions.apple.com/message/31844284

    People have tried reseting caches, permissons, and installing OS again (Yosemite). To no avail.

    Anyone have any luck with this?


    EDIT:

    There were also so many posts at downdetector.com as well. However, it is a simple FIX. Seems they updated iTunes to handle the new changes, and you need this update to access Apple Music. Make sure you are running not just 10.6.1, but 10.6.1.27. Updated, and all is right in the world... well... maybe not that.
     
  2. Phil in ocala macrumors 6502

    Phil in ocala

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    Perhaps now...Mac will not be bugging U for the password over and over and over.
     
  3. JohnArtist thread starter macrumors member

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    Huh. I've never had that happen.
     

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