In an interesting turn of events, all of the heat that Apple Music has been receiving lately might actually have a more familiar bothersome source.
Keeping the things we own, even the digital things, is important, but when software steps in and deletes it, things can get out of hand pretty quickly.
Streaming music has become a big deal, with Apple jumping on the bandwagon last year with Apple Music, but apparently there are some bigger plans in the works.
Podcasts are sort of a big deal these days, and for podcasters out there making content for millions of people to enjoy, the community is quite large — and still growing.
Earlier this year, Apple’s Eddy Cue had promised that the Cupertino company is working on a slight redesign for iTunes to make Apple Music easier to use. The update was supposed to be a part of the OS X 10.11.4 update from Apple, but that never happened, as the update was seemingly delayed by Apple. Now, a source of MacRumors has shared some screenshots of iTunes 12.4 that gives us a look at the slightly redesigned interface.
Following the release of iOS 9.3, tvOS 9.2, watchOS 2.2, and OS X El Capitan 10.11.4, Apple also released iTunes 12.3.3. The update adds support for syncing iTunes with the iPhone SE and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, two new products that Apple unveiled earlier today at its ‘Let us loop you in’ event.
iTunes backups are one of the great mysteries of owning an iOS device — and since they end up taking up a lot of storage space it is quite important to know where to find them. In this tutorial, we show how you can find these elusive files. Once you know where the files are located, you can move them, delete them or try to extract their contents with a third-party application if needed. Read on to find out where these backups are stored on a Mac and a PC.