How to repair the “Apple Music 503 iCloud Connection error”

Occasionally it happens to many Apple Music users to get some annoying error messages. And just recently many people have started to complain that they were experiencing difficulties while trying to access Apple music and the error message “Cloud Music Library is not responding” is constantly showing.

And the most peculiar thing in this matter is that the 503 error message appears even if no music is actually played. It can be frustrating right? Fortunately, there is a solution which can fix this. It is not a technical solution and it is really bothersome, however it gets the job done right.

Apple Music 503 iCloud Connection error

Resolve the Apple Music 503 iCloud Connection problem

  • Switch off the iCloud Music Library on all Apple devices you have. To do this go to the Settings menu – choose Apple Music and select “Turn Off” for iCloud music Library.
    –To disable the feature in iTunes, launch iTunes on your computer, navigate to Preferences and unmark the “iCloud Music Library” option which is right under the “General” tab.
  • Next, update iTunes to the newest version available
  • After iTunes finishes updating, launch it in safe mode. To do this, press and hold together Command and Option buttons and simultaneously launch iTunes. If you are Windows user, you must press together Control and Shift buttons and simultaneously launch iTunes.
  • Next, tap on “Restore Library”
  • Once asked, tap on “Restore Library” one more time to begin the procedure
  • And finally, turn ON iCloud music library on all your devices

This will help you to resolve 503 connection error on your apple device. Now try to play random track in Apple music to see whether the problem has been solved. If you have followed the instructions you should no longer have this issue anymore.

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