[Updated: December 17, 2014] Everybody knows you can get loads of free apps from the App Store. But what about the rest of iTunes? There are free TV shows, ebooks, music, and more — if you know where to look.
The App Store turns five years old this week, and 10 major, critically-acclaimed and fan-favorite apps are going free to celebrate. They include Infinity Blade II, Barefoot World Atlas, Traktor DJ, and more.
Apple HQ in Cupertino, California held an outdoor “A Decade of iTunes” party last night exclusively for employees, and even brought in a surprise musical act. So who was it? And what did the event look like? We’ve got a dozen pics from the scene.
A new study released by the NPD Group revealed that Apple’s iTunes remains the most popular method for buying music online. The study, which was released last April 16 showed that iTunes remains the dominant music download service for the last quarter of 2012. The NPD study revealed that iTunes maintains a healthy 63 percent […]
Not that we have not seen blinged out Apple devices in the past. Solid gold iPhone cases. Apple cases studded with diamonds. You name it, you’ve probably got it somewhere online or a gray market stall! When it comes to bling, though, Dr. Dre is no stranger to things. Admittedly, it might all be bling […]
Apple has recently announced the release of a minor update to its iTunes software. The new update upgrades iTunes to version 11.0.2, and implements a number of changes. According to Apple, the new update carries with it the usual bug fixes to make iTunes more stable. Other issues have also been addressed with […]
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.”