Apple Music Trial Over. Will Saved Music Reappear if I Re-Subcribe?

Discussion in 'Apple Music, Apple Pay, iCloud, Apple Services' started by benh911f, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. benh911f macrumors 6502

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    Trial ended today, if I re-subscribe, will all my music and playlists I saved during my trial reappear?
     
  2. Jstuts5797 macrumors 6502a

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    I posted my experience with this in another forum (yes I've already experienced this lol). So below for your convenience I will repost my post from the other forum:


    I actually sort of experienced this. What happened was me and my mom separately started our individual Apple Music trials. Then a couple weeks later we started family sharing with each other. I'm guessing because of this my Apple Music didn't auto renew. I went to use it and it was asking me to renew. Once I did, it remembered EVERTHING including the original fav artist setup with the red bubbles. I didn't have to do anything for everything to reappear at all....all playlists intact..,everything. So I can at least confirm that in the SHORT TERM, yes indeed your artists and stuff you added with Apple Music will return after a brief lapse, anyway. Of course no one knows just how long Apple will allow your subscription to lapse and then resubscribe without loosing anything. That might be a good question for an Apple genius.
     
  3. Tech198 macrumors G4

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    yes it will re-appear. (this may only be for subscriptions only though)

    Apple tells me when a subscription of AM is over your music stays put with in AM for 90-days.

    (3 month).

    They never mentioned what happens when trial is over though ...... i just figured it would be the same, but who knows. However, by the fact a few users here have still got their music without paying a subscription, its probably a safe bet, it stays round....

    i wouldn't call 90-days 'short term' by any means.
     
  4. Jstuts5797 macrumors 6502a

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    I was just merely stating that I only had experience within a SHORT TERM time frame as I had not heard or seen anything from Apple saying just how long it all stays. But since they told you 90 days, I agree that's not short term. But my experience, like I said, was only short term.
     

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