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How to Enable or Disable Apple Music’s New Release Alerts in iOS

Apple on Thursday began rolling out a new Apple Music feature on iPhone and iPad that alerts users to new albums, EPs, and videos from artists included in their music library.

The alerts show at the top of the Library tab in the Music app, and given that they relate to content that’s available in Apple Music, they’re likely to be welcomed by most subscribers to the streaming service.

But even if you don’t subscribe to ‌Apple Music‌, these alerts are still pushed by default to your device’s Lock Screen and Notification Center, and may quickly become a source of annoyance. Whatever your preference, the steps below show you how to enable or disable these new release alerts.
Launch the Music app on your ‌iPhone‌ or ‌iPad‌.
Select the For You tab.
Tap Notifications.
Toggle the switch next to New Music to suit your preference.
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Alternatively, you can turn off all notifications from the Music app by launching the Settings app, selecting Notifications -> Music, and switching off the toggle next to Allow Notifications.Tag: Apple Music
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