How to Set Apple Music as Ringtone on an iPhone 13
Introduced on September 14, iPhone 13 series have received wide attention from home and abroad. You can find that the new iPhone’s display is brighter than its predecessor’s. What’s more, the battery life is longer and the camera is better. Although still some flaws on iPhone 13, the A15 Bionic powering the iPhone 13 is the fastest chip nowadays.
If you have the budget to pay, you can upgrade to the iPhone 13 Pro or iPhone 13 Pro Max to gain a 120Hz ProMotion display and a telephoto zoom. However, with a limited budget, iPhone 13 will be a suitable choice for it is on the more affordable end. You will feel delighted when you change to a new phone and a personalized ringtone is the icing on the cake. Follow us to convert Apple Music into a plain format and then set your favorite song as the ringtone on the new iPhone 13.
If you’re an iPhone fan, you might be familiar that Apple Music is a streaming music platform. We pay for accessing the library instead of getting ownership of the songs. In other words, Apple Music subscribers can download songs from Apple Music for offline listening, but these encoded files can only be played with an iTunes or Apple Music app. So to set Apple Music as a ringtone, the first step we should do is to convert the songs into MP3 with the powerful NoteCable Atunes Music Converter.
NoteCable Atunes Music Converter is a simple yet effective downloader for Apple Music users to get songs from Apple Music web player and save them as local files on MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, ALAC or AIFF. After conversion, it can preserve the high audio quality and ID3 tags like artist, album, track number, etc. Start converting now!
The Tool You Need:
Step 1Install and Run the NoteCable Atunes Music Converter and Choose Conversion Mode
Launch the NoteCable Atunes Music Converter on your computer. And then you can choose App Mode or Webplayer Mode as your conversion mode.
Step 2 Choose Webplayer mode, and then visit the Apple Music Web Player and sign in to the Apple ID within NoteCable as per instructions. To successfully connect to the Apple Music library, please ensure the Apple ID and password you typed in are correct.
Step 3On the left bar, click on the Settings Section. Change the output format (Auto/MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/ALAC/AIFF), Bit Rate (128kbps/196kbps/256kbps/320kbps), output folder, Sample Rate (11kHz/22kHz/44.1kHz/48kHz
/96kHz), and so on. Or, if you wish to export songs in the same order as the original playlist, select the Playlist index option on the Output File Name column.
Step 4Next, open the song, playlist, or album you wish to set as a ringtone. Click on the Click to add button in the lower right corner of the panel to load the song(s). And you can manually tick off the items you would like to download. Choose the Convert button and the process will timely begin.
When the songs finish converting, a window where the downloaded MP3 files are stored will pop up automatically. And we can edit the length of the music and transfer it to your new iPhone 13 now. Here we recommend you make and move the song to iPhone 13 with the Ringtone Maker within the Syncios Mobile Manager.
The Tool You Need:
Step 1Install Syncios Mobile Manager onto your computer and launch it. Connect your iPhone 13 to the computer via a USB cable. Choose the Trust option when you see the prompt that shows up on your screen. Select the Mobile Manager module on the Toolkit interface. Then you can find a Ringtone Maker option on the interface. You can also find it in the Toolbox section.
Step 2Here hit on the Select from computer or the Select from device option to load a piece of a music track. Click on the former one, then copy and paste the save path into the pop-up. Double-click the target item. And you will directly find the song you converted just now.
Step 3You can set the start and the end of the ringtone based on the chosen song. And if needed, you are allowed to set up loop playback the ringtone or change the tone fade in and out effect as you like. The finished ringtone can be imported into the song directly or saved to your computer temporarily.
How to set iPhone ringtone:
1. Unlock your iPhone 13, go to Settings.
2. Select the Sounds option.
3. Please find out the converted song, play it, and set it as the new tone on the Sounds page.
How to change the ringtone for one contact:
Run the Contacts app and tap on the target person you wish to change a ringtone or text tone. In this person’s contact card, you can easily find the Edit option. You can change another song there.
You can’t miss the NoteCable Atunes Music Converter that can get different formats of Apple Music outside the app and keep them forever. Download and install NoteCable, and then you can change your iPhone 13 ringtone at a timed interval. Keep up a feeling of freshness when every time you get a call or receive a text message. Furthermore, the converted Apple Music can be transferred to an MP4 player, PSP, car, smart speaker, etc.