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Apple Music Not Working On Your New iPhone 13? Here’s How To Fix It

he iPhone 13 is the latest and greatest iPhone money can buy, but unfortunately, Apple has now warned of a pesky Apple Music bug plaguing its newest handsets. Overall, the iPhone 13 has a lot going for it. It may not be the most exciting year-over-year upgrade, but for folks switching from an older iPhone, there’s a lot on offer. There’s an updated design, smaller notch, all-new cameras, better displays, etc.

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However, as is the case with any new gadget, the launch experience is never 100 percent flawless. There can be faulty hardware, pesky software bugs, shipping delays, etc. This is seen across the board — whether it’s Apple, Samsung, or just about any other company. Some of the most famous examples include the iPhone 6’s ‘Bendgate,’ the exploding Galaxy Note 7, burn-in on the Pixel 2 XL’s OLED display, and so on. Some issues are more serious than others, but the fact remains that there’s usually something that goes wrong.

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In the case of the iPhone 13, that thing is Apple Music. Per an Apple support document (first spotted by MacRumors), Apple Music is almost completely broken for many iPhone 13 owners. If someone set up their new iPhone using a backup from a previous one, Apple warns that they may not have access to “the Apple Music catalog, Apple Music settings, or use Sync Library on your new device.” This applies to all iPhone 13 models — including the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. It also affects the new iPad 9 and iPad mini 6 (in other words, all of Apple’s new hardware for Fall 2021).

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How To Fix Apple Music Bug On iPhone 13

How To Fix Apple Music Bug On iPhone 13
Apple Music Not Working On Your New iPhone 13? Here's How To Fix It 3

Thankfully, there is already a fix for this. Upon setting up any of the above devices, open the Settings app, tap ‘General,’ tap ‘Software Update,’ and tap ‘Install Now.’ Once the update is finished and the iPhone 13/iPad restarts, Apple Music should be back to normal. The description for the update doesn’t explicitly mention the Apple Music bug, but rest assured it’s included.

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It will also show up as an update part of iOS 15 — not a jump to iOS 15.1 or iOS 15.0.1. It’s also worth reminding that this bug only exists if someone sets up their iPhone 13 or iPad using a backup. If it was set up as a new device with no restored backup, Apple Music should work like normal. It’s still a good idea to install any updates as soon as they’re available, but not every single iPhone 13 will have this issue.

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Source : ScreenRant, Apple, MacRumors

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