How Many Devices Can I Use with Apple Music?

You can use Apple Music on up to 10 devices at a time. If you try to play music on more than 10 devices, you’ll get an error.

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Introduction

You can have up to 10 devices authorized to play content from your Apple Music subscription at any one time. That include iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and PC.

What is Apple Music?

Apple Music is a streaming music service that allows you to listen to over 50 million songs. It’s available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and PC. With an Apple Music subscription, you can access millions of songs, curated radio and playlists, and music recommendations. You can also listen to ad-free radio stations with or without an Apple Music subscription.

What devices can I use with Apple Music?

Apple Music is compatible with a wide range of devices, including iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, PC, and Android phones and tablets. You can also use Apple Music on your Sonos speaker, as well as on your smart TV or with your AirPlay 2-enabled speaker. Here’s a complete list of all the devices that are compatible with Apple Music:

-iPhone
-iPad
-iPod touch
-Mac
-PC
-Android phones and tablets
-Sonos speakers
-Smart TVs
-AirPlay 2-enabled speakers

How many devices can I use with Apple Music?

Apple Music allows you to stream songs and music videos from the Apple Music catalog on up to 10 devices at a time. You can also download songs and albums for offline listening on up to 10 devices.

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Can I use Apple Music on multiple devices at the same time?

Yes! You can use up to 10 devices with a single Apple Music account. That includes iPhones, iPads, iPod touches, Macs, PCs, and even Android phones.

How do I manage my devices with Apple Music?

You can have up to 10 devices associated with your Apple ID that can be used with Apple Music at the same time. This doesn’t mean that you can only have ten devices total; you can have as many iOS devices, Macs, PCs, and iPods as you want. The ten-device limit only applies to how many can be actively using Apple Music at one time.

What if I lose a device that I use with Apple Music?

If you lose a device that you use with Apple Music, you can deauthorize the device so that it can no longer access your account. To do this, sign in to your Apple Music account on a web browser, go to the Devices section, and click “Deauthorize” next to the device that you want to remove.

What happens if I upgrade or replace a device that I use with Apple Music?

If you upgrade or replace a device that you use with your Apple Music subscription, make sure to sign in with the same Apple ID that you use with Apple Music. To see which account is signed in, go to Settings > iTunes & App Store on your iOS device or System Preferences > iTunes on your Mac.

If you upgrade or replace a device and don’t see all of your music, movies, TV shows, apps, and books, have a family member sign in to the iTunes Store, App Store, or iBooks Store on the new device. If some of your content is missing after you update iOS or macOS and restart your devices, learn what to do.

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How do I cancel my Apple Music subscription?

You can use up to 10 devices with your Apple Music subscription. If you exceed this limit, you’ll need to cancel and re-subscribe to regain access.

FAQs

How many devices can I use with Apple Music?
You can use a maximum of 10 devices with your Apple Music subscription.

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