I was at the store recently and played around with the iPhone 6S Plus. It wasn't connected to the internet, so I opened up some of the stock apps to see what's new. I was shocked to find that the legendary music app has been shamelessly converted into Apple Music clickbait. Many of us remember the iconic iPhone launch event at Macworld in 2007. There were literally gasps from the crowd because of how incredibly amazing and futuristic the iPhone was at the time. Now, it is sad to say, that the Music App nine years later is worse than it was then. This article does a nice job explaining why the new app is garbage. https://www.macnn.com/articles/15/0....makes.playback.unnecessarily.complex.129784/ The conclusion he comes to is that Apple Music deserves its own app and cramming what used to be five tabs into one (Playlists, Artists, Albums, Songs, Genres, etc.) is blatantly poor design. That is, unless the entire premise is to shove Apple Music down our throats (it is.) Unfortunately it takes an objective user such as myself all but half a second to see how poorly designed the new app is, yet this seems to have escaped Apple's designers. However, since there are directives to be followed, such as "Get as many people to subscribe to Apple Music as possible", this is what we get. I do not think Steve would have liked this. And neither do the majority of users from what I can gather.