In 2014, Apple released the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, along with iOS 8, Apple Pay, and the iPad Air 2. On top of that, the Cupertino-based company also paid quite a bit of money to give U2’s latest album release, “Songs of Innocence,” out for free.
Apple today sent out email to developers informing them about iTunes Connect being closed for the holiday season from December 22-29. This means that during this period developers will be unable to submit new apps, update their existing apps, and modify the listing or price of their apps in any way.
Apple’s digital music sales reportedly down 13% in 2014, suggesting a big push for streaming in the future
One of Apple’s many strengths is iTunes, which has become a prominent source of recurring revenue for the Cupertino-based company recently. However, a new report suggests that digital music sales may have actually dropped, lending credence to rumors that Apple is going to focus on something new moving forward.