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How to AirPlay from Apple's new Music app

AirPlay lets you take whatever's on your iPhone or iPad and beam it to your Apple TV or compatible speakers. And you can do it right from Now Playing in Apple's new Music app!

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Nine secret Siri commands for Apple Music

With Siri you're only ever a press and a sentence away from controlling Apple Music. From adding songs to liking them, filling your Up Next queue or clearing it out, here's what you need to know!

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Ask Rene: New iPod touch, Jony Ive reports, Skylake Macs, and more!

Rene gets sent dozens and dozens of questions a day. So, we've started a new column where he can post answers for everyone! This week: Skylake Macs, Jony Ive's lieutenants, deleting mail, Force Touch trackpads, iOS 9 flags, new iPod touch.

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How to reset the Mac Dock to default

If you've made a mess of your Dock using my previous power tips, here's how to start over again with a blank slate.

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How to play Apple Music and Beats 1 on Sonos

Built-in Sonos support for Apple Music is coming sometime before the end of the year. In the meantime, you can still get them to play nicely together—provided you have an Apple TV or Airport Extreme.

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How to set a sleep timer for Beats 1 and Apple Music

Want to listen to Beats 1 or Apple Music while falling asleep but don't want it to keep you up? There's a timer for that!

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How to use Up Next in Apple's new Music app

Up Next is is like a priority intercept playlist—it lets you listen to music you're suddenly in the mood for without killing the rest of what you had lined up. Here's how to use it!

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Apple Music subscriptions explained: The difference between free and paid accounts

During the first three months after you sign up for Apple Music, you'll get all the features of a paid Apple Music subscription. After that initial trial, however, you'll have to choose between a free and paid account. Here's what each of them looks like.

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No, Apple is not adding DRM to songs on your Mac you already own

Yes, Apple Music has a DRM component. Yes, it sucks, but it's similar to every other streaming service. No, it does not overwrite the files on your Mac to make all your music DRM-laden. For those Googling in a panic, here's the deal.

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Want to listen to Apple Music on multiple devices at once? Get a Family plan

Even without a family, you can use Apple Music's Family plan to play your music on multiple devices at once. Here's how!

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