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Apple Music no longer allows HomePod and iPhone to play different music on individual accounts

[2019-01-14 12:37:51]

Apple Music is no longer allowing subscribers to play different music on a HomePod and iPhone without a family account. Previously, it was possible to have HomePod playing one music stream while you listened to a different one on your iPhone … The post Apple Music no longer allows HomePod and iPhone to play different music on individual accounts appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple Music no longer allows HomePod and iPhone to play different music on individual accounts


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