How to replace the ‘Connect’ tab in Apple Music with ‘Playlists’

A component of Apple Music that really differentiates it from other solutions is its ‘Apple Connect’ functionality that lets you follow your favourite artists, in what feels like a mashup of following them on Twitter and Facebook, but in one timeline.

However, a lot of us simply won’t use it that much, and it would be so much easier if it were possible to replace that handy shortcut with ‘Playlists’, a tab you’ll use far more frequently. It is.

To do so goto Settings>General>Restrictions and enable restrictions, if you haven’t already.  From that screen simply disable ‘Apple Music Connect’.

Once disabled, the Apple Music tab at the bottom will change from this:

To this:


Do note that this will disable Connect completely, and you will not be able to find it in any of the menus. Getting it back however is a matter of toggling the restrictions setting.

via: MacRumours

47 thoughts on “How to replace the ‘Connect’ tab in Apple Music with ‘Playlists’”

  1. The connect tab, however, is a new service from Apple which is described as a place where musicians give their fans a closer look at their work, their inspirations, and their world. Similar to a social network, it allows users to “follow” their favorite artists and see additional content.

  2. Connect may not catch the fancy of every Apple Music user, and therefore, there is a facility to replace “Connect” with more functional “Playlists”, which provides you quick access to all your playlists.

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