Apple TV If you cancel Apple Music, you'll lose access to the Apple Music catalog, any music that you added to your Library, and the features of Apple Music when your current subscription period ends. Managing your Apple Music subscription on an Apple device is just like managing any other subscription. Learn more about how to view, change, or cancel subscriptions. Apple Music features, subscriptions, and pricing might vary.
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How to View and Manage Your iTunes and App Store Subscriptions
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This tutorial focuses on "standard" playlists; iTunes' smart playlists are covered in previous tutorials. This tutorial applies to both smart playlists and standard playlists you created in iTunes. Rename an iTunes playlist You can at any time rename a playlist:
Windows will open the Run dialog Type " " inside the text box, and hit Enter Windows will launch the Music folder inside Windows Explorer Double-click on the folder called "iTunes" Then open the "iTunes Media" folder Here's an example of what you'll see inside that folder the content depends on the purchases you made Each of these subfolders stores specific media: TV Shows contains subfolders named after the title of each TV show or season you purchased. Recently, to avoid accidentally overwriting episodes, the iTunes Store now creates "Season X" subfolders and places the episodes inside these. Open a new Finder window by clicking on the Finder icon in your Dock, for example On the left, under "Places", click on "Music" Double-click on the "iTunes" folder And open the "iTunes Media" subfolder Therein are stored, in folders, your music songs and albums , TV shows, movies, podcasts, etc. To easily access your iTunes Media folder in the future, just drag it and drop it inside places, between two preexisting places when you drag above one of the aliases in Places, it will open that place - Mac OS X will display an insertion line when you are between two places, and can drop the iTunes Media folder.