Apple Music is a healthy service for Apple. So much so, it has reportedly surpassed Spotify in paid subscribers in the United States. Unfortunately, most people aren’t a fan of the fact it’s baked into iTunes on computers. But that may be changing soon, as developer Steven Troughton-Smith weighs in on the topic.
Digital rights management can be pretty tricky, especially for giant digital storefronts trying to sell copies of content.
Samsung and Apple are competing companies, and it wasn’t too long ago that the companies were going at it in lengthy legal battles.
Current Netflix subscribers can have their monthly subscription billed through iTunes if they want, which can make consolidating monthly bills a bit easier.
Users on Older Versions of iOS, macOS, and tvOS Won’t Be Able to Update iTunes and App Store Payment Info After June 30
Apple is making a pivotal change to older versions of iOS, tvOS, and macOS wherein users will be unable to change the payment information on their devices. This move isn’t a result of a security breach, but merely a measure taken to ensure that customers switch over to newer versions of the respective operating system.
Following the released updates for iOS, tvOS, watchOS, and the HomePod, Apple has also decided to launch a minor update for iTunes.
In May of last year, Apple announced that it would be launching iTunes in the Windows 10 Store — which, in part, would let users of Windows 10 S (which was introduced with the Surface Laptop) have access to the digital storefront.
Buying digital content usually means you might not get all the bonuses you could have if you went with a physical copy, and digital sales of music are certainly no different for the lion’s share of content.
Apple has announced through a new support document that the first generation Apple TV and PCs running Windows XP or Vista will no longer be able to access the iTunes Store. This change will go live from May 25 due to security changes being implemented by Apple.