HomeTop StoriesHow to Turn off Apple Music Automatic Renewal on Desktop and iOS… Nina Ulloa July 3, 201512iTunes:iOS: 12 Responses Anonymous July 3, 2015 Don’t forget to post this again in September… Name2 July 3, 2015 Only a filthy pirate would say that. PiratesWinLOL July 5, 2015 Showering is for girls.Anyway, the september post will have to be updated with a link to grooveshark.gq DavidB July 3, 2015 Very helpful. I have bookmarked it, just in case!In the interest of balance, maybe now you can tell people how to cancel subscriptions to Spotify, which apparently has become difficult recently: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/07/01/cancel-spotify-down_n_7706826.html Anonymous July 4, 2015 orrrrrr…..you could be totally cool and agree to actually pay for music! PiratesWinLOL July 5, 2015 And how exactly is that supposed to work?It sounds like an oxymoron to me. Wesley Lloyd July 5, 2015 Thank you! Lyle David Pierce III July 5, 2015 However, you might not want to wait until September to “[t]urn off” (if you have already updated or subscribed) or, on the other hand, you might want to wait….:Source: http://www.engadget.com/2015/07/04/itunes-12-2-new-version-a-missed-opportunity-for-apple-music/ Lyle David Pierce III July 6, 2015 Apple and company may fool the fans some of the time, but not the players all of the time. Et cetera, et cetera…SOURCE: http://www.techly.com.au/2015/07/06/apple-music-is-hot-garbage-right-now-and-im-scared-its-stuck-that-way/ Anonymous July 6, 2015 Google sure is desperate these days, aren’t they? It’s so much fun watching them slowly circle the toilet bowl. GGG July 6, 2015 What a stupid thing to post. Paul Lanning July 7, 2015 I love Spotify. I don’t need curators, don’t need to be spoon-fed, am capable of keeping abreast of new releases on my own and have more old stuff in my collection than I’ll ever have time to listen to.Most of my collection, including 1,500 vinyl cuts that I digitized on my own, is in my iTunes.I just got a new iphone 5c, and there doesn’t seem to be any way to selectively move music from iTunes to the phone, a task that was simple with my old-school Nokia flip phone. I guess I’ll go to the Apple Store and see if they can help. I’m pissed off about that, pissed off at Apple’s tactics in launching their service which I–a type AAA music fan–don’t need or want.