Still, Apple has created a fix for this bug which was discovered by YouTuber Aaron Zollo (via 9to5Mac). Zollo noted that after installing iOS 15.6 beta 2 on an iPhone, reinstalling Apple Music will place the icon where it belongs, which is on the last page of the home screen. When the bug was first discovered, some believed that Apple was using the placement of the icon on the dock to shine a light and promote its Apple Music streaming service over its top competitor Spotify. But code discovered by 9to5Mac revealed that it was not a self-serving promotion created by Apple but indeed a bug that caused the Apple Music icon to reappear in the home screen dock when reinstalled.
As far as bugs go, this is more of a small irritation than anything else, but Apple is planning to fix a problem with Apple Music in iOS 15. Even if you previously removed Apple Music from your phone, this bizarre problem restores the icon to your home screen dock when it is reinstalled. It’s not that awful in terms of bugs.
This bug doesn’t seem to be worth installing iOS 15 beta 2 for especially since it is not a stable version of the software and returning to the stable version of iOS 15 could then force you to perform a factory reset if not done in a timely fashion. The best bet would be to wait until iOS 15.6 is released which should be very soon. The company told 9to5Mac that it is investigating the bug which has now been resolved with iOS 15.6.