If you don't have a subscription to Apple Music, don't bother asking the Siri personal assistant some things about the subject of music - you will gently but firmly rebuffed.
That's a bit of bad form, don't you think? One wonders if this sort of "micromanagement of features" tactic will become a trend with the various services.The three-month trial period for Apple Music has finally ended, and it appears that not signing up for the monthly service may cost you a bit of Siri functionality. Angel investor Tom Conrad discovered Siri refuses tell users what the top songs are in the U.S. are if you’re not a subscriber.
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