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How to make Apple Music playable on iPhone 8 after you unsubscribe

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It is known that, Apple Music is a streaming music service. After you subscribed the streaming music service, there are up to 25,000 tracks for you to choose and enjoy. You can also play them and download them to play offline.

If you unsubscribe and cancel the Apple Music service, all the songs from Apple Music will be either removed from your drive - or probably will have DRM protection which will prevent you from accessing. What you have purchased will remain on your hard drive.

And yes, even you have downloaded them on your iPhone 8 offline, you can't play them anymore for the DRM. Are there any methods to deal with this case?

iPhone 8 & iPhone 8 Plus

The following guide will show you step by step.

How to remove DRM from Apple Music to keep them playable on iPhone 8 forever

Macsome iTunes Converter supports an ideal solution to remove DRM from Apple Music and convert Apple Music M4P to MP3 / AAC format with excellent output quality and up to 20X conversion speed.

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First of all, free download the latest version of iTunes Converter for Mac which supports Mac OS X 10.13 well, install on your Mac and then launch it.

Step 1. Click Add button to add the music files from Music library of iTunes.

Add Apple Music Files to convert

Step 2. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder.

Convert Apple Music to MP3

Step 3. Click CONVERT button to start conversion.

Converting Apple Music to MP3

When finishing the conversion, the DRM of Apple Music songs has been removed, and you can play and keep them as long as you like. as well.

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