For some, it seems like the wait for iTunes 11 took forever. Even though it was “only” one month late. Apple’s reason for the delay? They wanted to “get it right”. When iTunes 11 was finally released on the 29th of November, we finally saw the chance to see whether Apple did get it right […]
The long-awaited new version of iTunes is here, and it’s pretty sweet. Let’s take a look at what’s new.
Apple is asking record labels to send in updated images of their artists and bands for the new iTunes. Which means that iTunes 11 is almost here. Probably.
October came and went, and still no iTunes 11. What’s the deal? Apple is “taking a little extra time to get it right.”
In the third major iteration of its digital music download store, after eight years of trying to compete, can Microsoft finally take on iTunes with Xbox Music?
The debacle that was Apple Maps was a strong message to people and Apple fans that not every single product or service the company has released is a resounding success. One of these duds was Ping, the social service integrated into the iTunes. Apple has officially announced that it is shutting down the service. The […]
Remember my article “10 Things I Hate About the App Store“? Maybe Apple was listening (yeah, right), because word has leaked out of Cupertino that they’re building a whole new iTunes, incorporating more efficient search and other features.
Most Apple users agree that iTunes needs a makeover. But one part of the iTunes Store more than all the rest fails to live up to Apple’s “simple & intuitive” credo: the App Store. Here are 10 things about the App Store that just drive me bonkers.
Yesterday I published my first post of 2011; the hopeful prediction of Apple killing the near obsolete optical drive. Apple seems to agree that the physical media is going by the wayside as new features are being added to movie downloads on the iTunes store. The new features show up in movies such as “The […]
Apple is adopting a new URL shortening service for use with Ping: iTun.es. Apple has owned itun.es since 2006 which has been speculated to be used as an eventual URL shortening service. The new shortener is being used with Ping when users Tweet which song they liked or bought.