The iPhone 13 is now in the wild, which is super exciting. Naturally, you’re going to want to carry over your accounts, messages, photos, videos, and moreover from your old iPhone to the new iPhone 13. Great news, you can do this, but it’s causing some issues with Apple Music.
Out of the box, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, 9th gen iPad, and 6th gen iPad Mini prevents users from accessing their Apple music settings, catalog, and not letting people sync to their devices. Don’t worry, as Apple has pointed out, it’s quite easy to fix.
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The key here is not restoring when turning on your new iPhone 13 for the first time. Let’s get into it:
Setup iPhone 13/iPad Without Restoring
Turn your iPhone 13 on and go through the setup process without restoring anything from your previous iPhone.
Update iPhone 13
There’s a day one update to fix this issue. Go to Settings > General > Software Update to get this update. Once you’ve finished up, you can go ahead and restore your information without any issues. If you’ve already restored, don’t worry, simply updating should also solve the issue.