It’s been over a month since Apple released its new music streaming service Apple Music, and apparently some people didn’t like it.
According to 9to5Mac, some users have found problems trying to create playlists. The website points to @YeslekGreb, who compares the playlist creation process as it follows:
Users also complain about the lack of content, for example, the nonexistent library of the Beatles and Prince – even though said artists sell their discography on iTunes.
Apple Music doesn’t have a lyrics widget and faces several “technical hiccups” like error messages and failed synchronization between devices.
I like Apple Music, although I have to admit that the music streaming service sometimes displays an “offline” message on my iPad Air to with the iOS 9 public beta.
If you want to go back to the original Music app, the one that doesn’t mix Apple Music with your library, follow these steps
Delete Apple Music on an iPhone and iPad
1. Open the Settings app.
2. Head to the Music tab.
3. Turn off Apple Music.
Delete Apple Music on a Mac
1. Click on the iTunes tab on the main menu.
2. Select the General option.
3. Select “Display Apple Music.”
Now you can enjoy your iTunes music library as before. Did you find this tutorial useful? Please let me know in the comment section.