what happens to iTunes downloaded. Music when you die?

Discussion in 'Apple Music, Apple Pay, iCloud, Apple Services' started by Paul.Butt, Jul 2, 2015.

  1. Paul.Butt Suspended

    Paul.Butt

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    You've paid. For all down loads so shouldn't it be yours ? Recently Facebook are asking you what. You want done with your. Facebook account when you die . So shouldn't Apple do similar with downloaded content,from iTunes ? Or does apple gain from keeping them?
     
  2. MRU macrumors demi-god

    MRU

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    Do you mean apple music or purchases in iTunes music ?

    Apple Music is rented. You only own 'access' to it as long as you pay your subscription.

    Purchased iTunes music is tied to the account. Download it to a computer and back it up - or give your iTunes account & password to a relative in a will.

    Drama overted
     
  3. apolloa macrumors G3

    apolloa

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    Stating the obvious here, but WHO CARES? I'm pretty sure no religion states you will have access to Apple services when you die....

    It's like asking what will happen to your clothes, house, car even. Bed?

    And if Facebook is asking you what you want done with all your photos when you die, then it's even more reason to never have an account with them as far as I'm concerned!

    And I would also say you posted this in the wrong forum? Think their is an iTunes forum on here?
     

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