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.
Earlier today, Apple officially released the newest versions of iOS and macOS, and now iTunes is getting a slight bump in software version number, too.
Thor: Ragnarok released in theaters late last year, and is scheduled to launch digitally for home ownership on February 20.
If you, or someone you know, happens to love movies and wouldn’t mind getting a bundle of 4K HDR content, Apple has just launched a new promotion that may appeal to you.
Back in May of this year, it was announced that Apple would be launching iTunes in the Windows Store before the end of 2017.
Back in 2016, a rumor suggested that Apple was working on eliminating music downloads from the iTunes Music store “within two years.”
Every year, in light of the holiday season, Apple sees fit to shut down iTunes Connect so that it can give its App Store staff a few days off to celebrate.
iPhone X brings an entirely new identity to the iPhone. For the first time in 10 years, there’s a whole new physical design. There are new ways to interact with the software. And also, there are new sounds. The iPhone’s Marimba ringtone is now iconic. For iPhone X, Apple has included a new ringtone out of the box. But thanks to some crafty individuals we can now add the ringtone file to any iPhone.