Having trouble accessing Apple Music? Apple Music is not working on your new iPhone 13/13 Pro? This tutorial will guide you how to fix Apple Music bug on iPhone 13 series, iPad 9th and iPad Mini 6th, and save Apple Music songs on iPhone 13 forever without subscription!

“I found out that my Apple Music library was empty after setting up your brand new iPhone 13. What happened? How can I get my music library back to normal? Any suggestion to fix this issue?”

The iPhone 13 series is now available, including iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPad 9th and iPad Mini 6th, which is very exciting. When you switch to the new iPhone 13, the first thing is to carry over your accounts, photos, music, videos, messages, text, and more from your old iPhone to the new one. However, some users experienced Apple Music bugs: Apple Music is not working on the new iPhone 13. They can’t access Apple Music catalog, Apple Music settings or use Apple Music Sync Library on the new iPhone 13.

If you also meet the same problem, then you come to the right place. Here we will guide you how to fix Apple Music not working on iPhone 13. You can get back to listening to your favorite Apple Music songs with this easy fix. In addition, you will have chance to save Apple Music tracks on iPhone 13 forever without subscription! Check it out!

How To Fix Apple Music Not Working on iPhone 13
Apple Music bugs are really annoying. Thankfully, Apple has issued a day-one update for the iPhone 13/13 Pro/13 Pro Max/mini, iPad 9 and iPad mini to fix Apple Music issues. Apple advised iPhone 13 owners to update their devices to fix Apple Music bug. Here is how to do:

1. Open you new iPhone 13, go to “Settings” > “General”.

2. Click “Software Update” > “Install Now”.

3. Wait for the update to complete.

fix iPhone 13 Apple Music not working

After the update is complete, and then restart the iPhone 13/iPad. Apple Music should be back to normal. Now you can listen to your favourite Apple Music songs on the new iPhone 13!

Benefits: Save Apple Music Tracks on iPhone 13 forever

After solving the problem of Apple Music not working on your new iPhone 13, you can continue enjoying all the Apple Music services on your new iPhone 13. However, due to the Apple FairPlay DRM, you can only stream Apple Music tracks on the device within a valid subscription. You don’t actually own the songs. Once you cancel your subscription or the free trial period expires, you will no longer play any Apple Music tracks. Do you want to keep Apple Music songs forever? How to save Apple Music songs on your iPhone forever? TunesBank Apple Music Converter is what you need!

TunesBank Apple Music Converter is a one-stop Apple Music Converter, iTunes Audio Converter, as well as DRM Removal software. It is well designed to decrypt Apple DRM, and convert Apple Music tracks to unprotected MP3, M4A, FLAC, WAV with lossless quality. What’s more, it also enables you to convert iTunes purchased music, iTunes Audiobooks & Audible Audiobooks to plain MP3 and more compatible formats for offline listening on any device. The built-in ID3 Editor not only can help you preserve original ID3 tags and metadata, but also lets you edit the metadata like artist, artwork, title, genre, etc. as you like!

After conversion, all converted Apple Music tracks will be saved on your local computer, they are all DRM-free! Therefore, you can transfer the converted Apple Music songs to your iPhone, iPad, iPod Nano/Shuffle/Classic/Touch, Android, PSP, PS3, PS4, PS5, Xbox, USB drive, SD card, card player and more devices for offline playback! Also, you can burn Apple Music songs to CD or upload them to Google Drive, etc.

Steps to Save Apple Music on iPhone 13 Forever

Step 1. Run TunesBank Apple Music Converter
Downloading and install the TunesBank Apple Music Converter on your Mac or PC, then double click the program icon to start the program. Please sign with your Apple ID to let TunesBank access your Apple Music library.

launch the converter and sign in Apple ID

Step 2. Add Apple Music Tracks to Converter
Click Song” or “Playlist” in the left side, and all the songs will display in the right section. Then drag/click it to the “+” icon to add them into the converting list.

add Apple Music playlist

You will select the desired songs or a whole playlist by ticking the check box.

Select Apple Music Songs

Step 3. Set M4A as Output Format
After the successful adding, move to the bottom of the screen. Here you can change output path, output quality, output format, codec, simple rate, etc. M4A format is supported by all Apple devices and players, please pick it.

select m4a format

Step 4. Beging to Convert Apple Music to M4A
Click the “Convert” button to start converting all selected Apple Music songs to M4A format without losing any quality.

Convert Apple Music to m4a

After conversion, you can go to “Finished” section, and click the “View Output File” to find the output songs.

Apple Music conversion completed

Step 5. Sync Apple Music Songs to iPhone 13/13Pro
If you want to transfer the converted Apple Music songs to iOS or Android devices quickly, you can use this best iTunes alternative – iOS & Android Transfer tool. It can help you transfer manage and backup music, videos, photos, SMS, contacts and more on your iOS & Android devices. Just launch this software, use USB cable to connect your iPhone 13 with computer, tap “Music” > “Add File” to transfer all converted Apple Music songs to it.

transfer apple music to iphone 13

Final Words
Some iOS users can’t use Apple Music on the new iPhone 13 or iPad. If you also encounter the same problem that Apple Music not working on iPhone 13, then you can refer to the above steps to update your new iPhone 13 or iPad to fix the bug. For Apple Music lovers, you can also try the TunesBank Apple Music Converter. By using this great tool, you are able to save Apple Music songs on your iPhone, computer and more devices forever, and listen to Apple Music offline on any device!

Apple Music Not Working On iPhone 13


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