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Locally Stored

Want to save some space and get rid of all the tracks stored on your iOS device? Here's how.
Especially in these Apple Music days, it's easy to amass a sizeable offline music collection on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch and a sizeable storage deficit along with it.
To clear your device of tunes and start over, here's the simplest way to do so.

Open the Settings app.
Go to General > Usage > Manage Storage.
Wait for it to load; after it does so, tap on Music.

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Tap Edit in the upper right corner.
Tap the red minus button next to All Songs, then tap Delete.

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How to delete music on an artist-by-artist basis on your iOS device
Open the Settings app.
Go to General > Usage > Manage Storage.
Wait for it to load; after it does so, tap on Music.

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Tap Edit in the upper right corner.
Tap the red minus button next to the artist(s) in question.

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Recalibrate

It is easy to forget about your iDevice’s home button while you are mesmerised by it’s gorgeous display. No matter what, the home button may be the most important part of your iDevice. It enables you to multitask, quit applications, and use Siri, just to name a few things. After a while, your home button may start to seem a little laggy or unresponsive. Luckily, you can fix that problem in three easy steps:
Step 1: Launch one of the stock apps on your iDevice (Weather, iTunes, Stocks, etc.).
Step 2: Press and hold the power button until you see the “slide to power off” prompt, then release the power button.
Step 3: Press and hold you home button until the “slide to power off” prompt disappears and the app force quits.
You should now be on your home screen and your home button should be recalibrated! Recalibrating your home button this way will work on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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