Apple is changing quite a bit about how movies are handled in iTunes, including 4K films being priced the same as standard high definition films.
While streaming content is vital in most households, sometimes being able to download a film, or TV show, and being able to watch it without an internet connection is important, too. After all, sometimes you just can’t access the internet from your home.
Apple recently released iTunes 12.7 for Mac and Windows which brings some notable changes that could affect your iTunes workflow. While the new version of iTunes adds support for iOS 11, it also removes the iOS App Store as well as the ability to ability to sync apps and ringtones on an iOS device using iTunes.
The Apple TV 4K, Apple’s brand new set-top box, is scheduled to launch this Friday, September 22. Ahead of that, Apple is priming iTunes to start showcasing 4K HDR content.
Apple’s two-hour iPhone event last night was jam packed with announcements and even then the company missed out talking about a few things. Like the new iTunes 12.7 update, which completely removes the App Store section from the app.
Customers in Denmark, Hong Kong, and Sweden will now be able to pay for iTunes and App Store purchases through their carriers directly without requiring to furnish a debit/credit card or any other payment method.
Today, Apple officially released the newest version of iTunes to the public, aiming to boost performance and more.
A handy way to use an iTunes card, one of the many varieties out there, is to scan it with the camera on your iOS device, which can add it as a payment option in just a matter of seconds.
Following the public release of not only iOS 10.3.2, but also macOS 10.12.5, tvOS 10.2.1, and watchOS 3.2.2, a new version of iTunes is seeing the light of day.
Even when it’s a Microsoft developer event, like BUILD 2017 that’s going on right now, Apple manages to find its way into the mix.