As it typically does, Apple has used its iTunes Store to promote an international day of notice, this time with the International Women’s Day.
The holidays are in full swing, and, as such, Apple has seen fit to announce some holiday movie rankings to help you pick out what to watch.
Those trying to access the iTunes Store and/or the App Store are running into issues trying to connect and purchase content.
For some, going to see a movie newly-released in theaters isn’t a possibility, so Apple could potentially make that a little easier.
Apple is celebrating 10 years of iTunes Movies by offering a whole bunch of movie bundles for just $10. The promotion is available for today only, and it includes titles from the likes of Warner Bros., Universal, Paramount, Lionsgate, and Sony Pictures.
J.D. Power likes to rank things, and the latest results are meant to give a look into how video streaming services stack up in customer satisfaction.
Apple today announced its 2016 Apple Music Fesitval, with Britney Spears, Alicia Keys, Elton John, Robbie Williams, and many more among its headline acts. The event will take place at the London Roundhouse Theater starting September 18.