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How to Disable Autoplay on Apple Music

Looking to turn off autoplay on Apple Music? Here’s how.

Tips to Prevent Automatic Music Playback

To prevent automatic music playback on Apple Music, follow these simple tips:

1. Disable AutoPlay in Apple Music settings by opening the Music app, tapping on your profile icon in the top right corner, selecting “Settings,” and then turning off the AutoPlay option.

2. To prevent music from automatically playing when you connect your AirPods or Bluetooth headphones, go to Settings > Music > Optimize Headphone Sound and toggle off the “Automatic Headphone Sound Level” setting.

3. If you’re using Apple Music on your Mac, you can disable AutoPlay by opening the Music app, going to “Music” in the menu bar, selecting “Preferences,” clicking on the “General” tab, and unchecking the “Autoplay” box.

4. To stop music from automatically playing when you open the Apple Music app on your iPhone or iPad, navigate to Settings > Music and toggle off the “Show Apple Music” option.

5. If you’re experiencing an infinite loop of music playback, try force quitting the Music app by double-clicking the Home button (or swiping up from the bottom of the screen on iPhone X and later models) and swiping up on the Music app card.

Disabling Auto Play Features in Settings

To disable autoplay on Apple Music, you can easily adjust the settings on your device. Here’s how:

1. Open the Apple Music app on your iOS device, such as an iPhone or iPad.

2. Tap on your profile icon in the top right corner of the screen.

3. Scroll down and select “Settings.”

4. Toggle off the “Autoplay” option.

5. This will disable the autoplay feature on your Apple Music app, preventing it from automatically playing the next song in a playlist or album.

Managing Connections to Stop Music Auto Play

  • Disable autoplay in the Apple Music app settings
  • Turn off autoplay for specific playlists or albums
  • Disconnect Bluetooth devices to prevent auto play
  • Clear cache and browsing history to stop autoplay
  • Ensure background app refresh is turned off
  • Use airplane mode to temporarily stop music autoplay
  • Adjust notification settings to prevent auto play
  • Close the Apple Music app completely to disable autoplay

Creative Solutions for Controlling Playback in Vehicles

One creative solution for controlling playback in vehicles is to disable autoplay on Apple Music. To do this, follow these steps:

First, open the Apple Music app on your iOS device.

Next, tap on your profile icon in the top left corner of the screen.

Then, select “Settings” from the dropdown menu.

Scroll down and find the “Playback & Downloads” section.

Toggle off the “Autoplay” option to disable autoplay on Apple Music.

This simple solution allows you to take control of your music listening experience in the car and avoid any unwanted surprises when a song starts playing automatically.


Why is autoplay not working on my iPhone?

Autoplay may not be working on your iPhone because iOS devices restrict video autoplay when set to low power mode to preserve battery life. Check if your iPhone is in low power mode to see if that is causing the issue.

Where do I find autoplay on my iPhone?

To find autoplay on your iPhone, you can check your settings to see if it is turned on. Remember to like our video and subscribe for more tech guides.

How to turn off Autoplay?

To turn off Autoplay, you can navigate to your settings on iOS and Android devices. Select Accessibility, display, and languages, then Display and sound, and uncheck Media Previews.

Is there a way to stop Apple Music from automatically playing?

To stop Apple Music from automatically playing, you can disable the Autoplay feature by tapping on the Autoplay icon, which looks like an infinity symbol. This will make the Autoplay playlist disappear and prevent Apple Music from playing automatically.

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