Apple sending push notifications to former Apple Music subscribers offering new free trial
Saturday, 9 February 2019 () Over the last week, it appears that Apple has been sending iOS users mass push notifications with Apple Music free trial offers. The notifications seem to target who were at one point an Apple Music user, but canceled their membership or never used the service beyond their initial free trial.
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