Restoring Your iPhone 13 Or iPad 9, mini 6 From iCloud? You Might Have Apple Music Problems

Apple has warned customers picking up new iPhones and iPads today that they might struggle with Apple Music problems in the future — but only if they restore from an iCloud backup.

According to a new support document spotted by MacRumors, Apple says that users need to install a day one patch to make sure that the issue isn’t a problem further down the line.

Otherwise, Apple Music settings, catalog, and more might not function correctly.

If you restore your new iPhone or iPad from a backup, you might not be able to access the Apple Music catalog, Apple Music settings, or use Sync Library on your new device. To resolve this, update your new iPhone or iPad.

The issue relates to iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max as well as the 9th generation iPad and 6th generation iPad mini. Users are told to install the software update to ensure everything goes smoothly.

Notable, that new software update runs at just a few hundred megabytes and makes no mention of the bug that it fixes. Still, we’d suggest that users install the new update as soon as possible — even if they didn’t restore from an iCloud backup. You’ll just be bugged by iOS to install it sooner or later anyway.

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