Archive for the ‘iTunes’ Category

After decades, the Star Wars movies are being geared up for a digital launch, where all six titles will soon be available on digital video services such as iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Instant Video and Xbox Video across the globe. According to Disney and LucasArts, fans will be able to grab the movies starting April 10. Head over the jump for further information on this exciting new development.

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iTunes 12.1.1 download for Windows has been released. Details on new features and where to download it from can be found right here.

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We may be a generation of app addicts, but our ties to television remain as strong as ever. Amid the swathes of apps and games available to download, the likes of the iTunes Store offer countless TV shows, and such is the vastness of the library that we needn’t ever leave the house. Indeed, many don’t, and if you’re a self-confessed TV addict looking for your latest fix, then iTunes has you covered with the first episode of Better Call Saul, as does Amazon.

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Here’s how you can downgrade iTunes 12.1 to 12.0.1 on Windows, Mac and fix issues with TaiG jailbreak not working and iOS 8.1.2 restores. For more details and complete step-by-step guide, head past the jump.

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Apple has just released iTunes 12.1 for OS X Yosemite which includes a Notification Center widget for controlling all your music playback on the fly. More details on the update and where to get it from can be found right here.

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Here’s how you can add twice as much iTunes music on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch using this very simple trick. More details and complete step-by-step guide can be found right here.

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Here’s how to stop or disable iTunes from automatically launching whenever you plugin to connect an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to your Windows PC or Mac via USB.

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Apple sees itself fighting another class action lawsuit after being accused of “deleting” music content downloaded from other rival services, after users tried syncing their iPods to iTunes. The iOS maker is accused of violating anti-trust laws as it locked it original iPods to the iTunes ecosystem.

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It’s just been over two years since the entire AC/DC catalog was finally added to the expansive iTunes Music library after lengthy speculation, and as part of Apple’s ongoing efforts to promote and engage users with music, the band’s new, unreleased album can now be listened to through iTunes completely free of charge. Details of how to take advantage of this great offer can be found after the break.

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With all the excitement surrounding the release of new hardware alongside the public release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, it’s easy to miss some of the smaller, almost stealthy going-ons at Apple. One of those is the release of iTunes 12.0.1 that has just gone live for Mac OS X and Windows users.

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Apple’s close relationship with U2 has been long-standing and, from an outsider’s point of view, pretty harmless. Indeed, the fact that the Irish band’s latest album Songs of Innocence was to be released for free as an iTunes exclusive was clearly a win for the consumer. The move, which was announced after Apple’s iPhone 6 event last week, presumably meant that U2 fans could get their fill for free – excellent – while non-U2 fans could just skip the release. Much to the surprise of just about everyone outside Apple, though, the album was pushed out to just about everyone with an iOS device, much to the bemusement of those who don’t happen to like U2.

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Apple’s mammoth launch today of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch may be done with, but with so much having been announced in a short space of time, only now do we get the chance to take a step back and digest the new features. Amid the fallout from today’s proceedings at the Flint Center, Apple has rolled out iTunes 11.4 for those on OS X Mavericks, which, as you might imagine, includes support for the all-new iOS 8.

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