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Is it Possible to Break the Apple Music Device Limitation?

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I have a bunch of music on my Apple Music, and I saved them in my MacBook.

Then I copied those files and tried to play them in my Sony Walkman. I FAILED! It is because some kind of incompatible issue…
Have you ever encounter such problem that downloaded Apple Music songs can’t be played on some of your media device? Actually, most of us know that Apple Music has its own devices limitation. That’s why you always failed to play Apple Music songs on your MP3 player, smartphone, etc. Want to know whether your device support Apple Music? Check it below:
Apple Music Support Devices:

From Apple’s official website, we can know Apple Music can only be played on:

  • iOS Devices (runs version 8.4 or later): iPhone 4s and newer, iPad 2 and newer, iPad mini and newer, iPod touch 5th generation.
  • iPods: Sorry, iPod shuffle and iPod nano cannot download and stream Apple Music tracks for on-the-go listening.
  • Android: Apple Music app for Android is available to mobile devices running Android 4.3 and up.
  • Computers: On the mac you will need OS X 10.9.5 or newer, iTunes version 12.2 or later; Windows PC user need iTunes 12.2 or later and Windows 7 or newer for Apple Music support.
  • Apple Music is available on the Apple Watch 1.0.1 or later and on the Apple TV.

In addition, you are limited to listen to Apple Music on up to 10 devices including up to 5 computer.
So, you’ll be failed to play Apple Music songs on the device that we don’t mentioned above. We can’t explain how the restriction work here. But, you can know that all of these limitations are caused by DRM. For those unfamiliar with the topic, DRM is code added to digital files that restricts when and how those files can be played.
Is There Any Way to Break the Device Limitation?

  • Want to listen to Apple Music on multiple device at once?
  • Want to add Apple Music to your video creation?
  • Want to play Apple Music on some unsupported devices such as iPods, MP3 player or game console?

If you want to get a solution for the problems above, you need to break the Apple Music Device limitation! How to do that? Removing DRM is the only solution.
To get rid of the Apple Music DRM, just install a TuneFab Apple Music Converter. TuneFab Apple Music Converter can remove DRM from protected Apple Music songs and convert them to your device supported format – MP3. After conversion, you can keep all the original ID3 tags including artist, album, genre and year and preserve the original audio quality.

By using this method, you are able to play Apple Music songs on any device without needing signing into Apple ID. For example, you can transfer Apple Music to iPod nano, iPod classic or Sony Walkman for listening while exercising. Or you can add the Apple Music in MP3 format to iMovie, Sony Vegas for editing. Actually, you can do anything you want.

Free Download the trial version of the TuneFab Apple Music Converter and have a try.
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For the detailed guide on how to remove DRM from Apple Music, you can read: Apple Music DRM Removal: How to Make Apple Music DRM Free.








I have a bunch of music on my Apple Music, and I saved them in my MacBook.



Then I copied those files and tried to play them in my Sony Walkman. I FAILED! It is because some kind of incompatible issue…

Have you ever encounter such problem that downloaded Apple Music songs can’t be played on some of your media device? Actually, most of us know that Apple Music has its own devices limitation. That’s why you always failed to play Apple Music songs on your MP3 player, smartphone, etc. Want to know whether your device support Apple Music? Check it below:

Apple Music Support Devices:

From Apple’s official website, we can know Apple Music can only be played on:

  • iOS Devices (runs version 8.4 or later): iPhone 4s and newer, iPad 2 and newer, iPad mini and newer, iPod touch 5th generation.
  • iPods: Sorry, iPod shuffle and iPod nano cannot download and stream Apple Music tracks for on-the-go listening.
  • Android: Apple Music app for Android is available to mobile devices running Android 4.3 and up.
  • Computers: On the mac you will need OS X 10.9.5 or newer, iTunes version 12.2 or later; Windows PC user need iTunes 12.2 or later and Windows 7 or newer for Apple Music support.
  • Apple Music is available on the Apple Watch 1.0.1 or later and on the Apple TV.


In addition, you are limited to listen to Apple Music on up to 10 devices including up to 5 computer.

So, you’ll be failed to play Apple Music songs on the device that we don’t mentioned above. We can’t explain how the restriction work here. But, you can know that all of these limitations are caused by DRM. For those unfamiliar with the topic, DRM is code added to digital files that restricts when and how those files can be played.

Is There Any Way to Break the Device Limitation?

  • Want to listen to Apple Music on multiple device at once?
  • Want to add Apple Music to your video creation?
  • Want to play Apple Music on some unsupported devices such as iPods, MP3 player or game console?


If you want to get a solution for the problems above, you need to break the Apple Music Device limitation! How to do that? Removing DRM is the only solution.

To get rid of the Apple Music DRM, just install a TuneFab Apple Music Converter. TuneFab Apple Music Converter can remove DRM from protected Apple Music songs and convert them to your device supported format – MP3. After conversion, you can keep all the original ID3 tags including artist, album, genre and year and preserve the original audio quality.

By using this method, you are able to play Apple Music songs on any device without needing signing into Apple ID. For example, you can transfer Apple Music to iPod nano, iPod classic or Sony Walkman for listening while exercising. Or you can add the Apple Music in MP3 format to iMovie, Sony Vegas for editing. Actually, you can do anything you want.

Free Download the trial version of the TuneFab Apple Music Converter and have a try.

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For the detailed guide on how to remove DRM from Apple Music, you can read: Apple Music DRM Removal: How to Make Apple Music DRM Free.

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