When it comes to streaming music, Apple Music has been an absolute darling, selling a whopping 7.5 million albums in just the last 12 months.
That’s more than the entire iTunes library, which sells roughly 2 million songs each month.
Apple has also proven to be the best-selling streaming service for music, with over 1.7 million songs in Apple Music alone, according to Nielsen.
But there’s a catch: It only works on the iPhone 5S and newer.
So what exactly does Apple Music do?
That’s where we come in.
We’re here to help.
Read MoreNow that Apple has given us an answer to the question of how Apple Music works, let’s take a look at some of the features of the service.
In addition to the basic functions of Spotify, there are a number of features that are exclusive to Apple Music.
For instance, you can now add a free iPhone 6s or iPhone 6 Plus to Apple’s music service.
And for the first time ever, Apple is letting users create and share unlimited tracks of music with friends.
If you’re on an iPhone 6 or iPhone 5s, you’ll also be able to access Apple Music on the iPad Air or iPad Mini.
The Apple Music app is also getting a few features: it’ll now show you more details about your song in a pop-up menu on your home screen, it’ll show you how many friends have downloaded your song, and it’ll also show you when you’ve already played a song you want to listen to.
So far, the only new Apple Music features are the ones we’re already used to: it offers unlimited songs for one month, a weekly limit of 20, and a limit of 10,000 tracks per month.
In other words, Apple’s offering a good amount of features for the price of a $10 song.
Apple Music also offers a way to make your music more personalized, but not necessarily more personal.
To make your Apple Music playlist personal, you just need to create a song that has lyrics you’ve written that match your own.
You can then tag that song with the song’s artist, album, and song title, and then add the song to your Apple Watch, which will automatically play it.
If your Apple watch is set to a certain song mode, you should be able a song playing that mode automatically.
If you’re looking to create your own personalized music, there’s also the new Custom Tracks feature.
This feature lets you create custom tracks that will show up in your Apple music library.
Apple is currently working on a way for this to work on the Mac, but the feature will be added to iOS when it’s ready.
Custom tracks are currently limited to 15 minutes, and you can’t make custom tracks longer than 30 seconds.
But Apple is making it so that you can make your tracks longer and more personal, so long as they’re shorter than 15 minutes.
In addition, if you have more than one song that you want your custom tracks to play, you simply create a custom track for each song.
For those of you who’ve been following along with this blog, you’ve probably noticed that I’ve been working on some other new features and features for Apple Music in recent weeks.
While I’ve mentioned a number, here are a few that you might not have heard of:In addition, Apple recently added a feature that lets you automatically track your favorite songs by category in your iPhone’s Music app.
This allows you to easily track your music consumption across various platforms, including the iPhone, Apple TV, Mac, iPad, Apple Watch and more.