If you’re an Apple Music subscriber, you might have noticed that some of your songs won’t play on your MacBook. This happens when you have a new computer that hasn’t been authorized to access your Apple Music library. Don’t worry, authorizing your MacBook is a simple process, and in this post, we’ll show you how to do it.
First, open the Apple Music app on your MacBook. If you’re having trouble finding it, go to your apps section and click on Apple Music. Once you’re in, you’ll notice that some of your songs won’t play. That’s because your MacBook isn’t authorized yet.
To authorize your MacBook, go to the account menu and click on the “Authorizations” tab. From there, click on “Authorize This Computer.” You’ll need to enter your Apple ID and password, then click the “Authorize” button. Once you do that, your MacBook will be authorized to access your Apple Music library.
If you’ve already authorized five computers, you’ll need to de-authorize one of them before you can authorize your MacBook. To do that, go to the same menu in Apple Music, come down to your authorizations, and click “Deauthorize This Computer.”
Once you’ve authorized your MacBook, you’ll be able to listen to all of the songs in your Apple Music library on your MacBook. No more annoying error messages!
In conclusion, authorizing your MacBook for Apple Music is a simple process that can be done in a few easy steps. Now that you know how to do it, you can enjoy all of your favorite songs on your MacBook without any issues.