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Apple Music: All in black to accompany the protest

Under the catchphrase "Blackout Tuesday", numerous companies in the music industry responded to a call by industry giants Jamila Thomas and Brianna Agyemang to suspend or redesign their offers for 24 hours in protest against police violence against black Americans - Apple also joined the call .

On Tuesday, June 2nd, Apple Music will observe Black Out Tuesday. We will use this day to reflect and plan actions to support Black artists, Black creators, and Black communities. # TheShowMustBePaused # BlackLivesMatterpic.twitter.com/xkvn31DpYc

- Apple Music (@AppleMusic) June 2, 2020

For example, the Apple Music area in the company's music app is currently showing a reference to the action and encouraging users to "in solidarity with black communities everywhere" to connect to the online stream of the Beats 1 radio station.

Apple explains:

On Tuesday June 2nd, Apple Music will be attending Blackout Tuesday. We will use this day to go inside and plan actions in support of black artists, black creators and black communities.

After the violent death of the black American George Floyd, Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke up at the weekend.

Watch out: Users who have decided to hide the Apple Music area within the music app will be confronted with a cryptic error message after clicking on the black banner. Here you have to uncheck Settings> Restrictions> Apple Music in order to display the special protest page.