Alongside a plethora of feedback, reviews and an email we go into Apple Watch health tips and tricks, learn a few cool things about Apple maps, solve why picture messages don’t show backgrounds, talk Apple news feature the three geeky ladies and fung from the tabletop champions podcast. It’s a packed show this week.
iTunes opening when you attached your device is handy to start with but soon becomes an annoyance. iTunes pops up, invariably there will be a dialogue box of some sort when all you wan to do is give your device a quick charge.
iTunes has changed how you stop it launching when a device is plugged in, before you would open iTunes, select your device, go to the Summary tab and unselect Open iTunes when this iPhone is connected. With iTunes 220.127.116.11 that option has moved.
Your iTunes Store problems on Friday were not yours alone. The iTunes Store, plus Apple’s App Store, the Mac App Store, and iBooks Store suffered unscheduled downtime at the end of the work week.
Ran out of things to binge watch? Fear not as you can now purchase each season of the Fox Classic “24” for just £4.99 per season in HD. There’s no price difference between SD and HD so what are you waiting for. Available on iTunes.
The Beatles franchise owners have always been careful to ensure they maximise replay royalties of the back catalogue. It wasn’t until 2009 the Beatles first appeared in a computer game but today, the whole catalogue of music is now available for streaming.
With cinema goers around the world watching The Force Awakens, Disney haven’t wasted any time in making it available to Pre order on iTunes. Star Wars Force Awakens is a very reasonable £13.99 for the HD version and the SD version will set you back £9.99.
Having gone to the Cinema to see the latest instalment of the Star Wars saga I’ve already placed my Pre Order. There’s no release date but it’ll be a nice surprise when it is available. Whilst you’re waiting you could always listen to the new Star Wars Radio Station on Apple Music
Just in time for the launch of the new Star Wars Film, The Force Awakens Apple has launched it’s own Star Wars Radio Station. Not only do you get all of the films main sound scores but a healthy dose of droid noises, phaser fire and the immortal Darth Vader breathing.
You could almost file this one under conspiracy with the launch of Apple Music and the government now cracking down on piracy, however… Anyone who uses iTunes to rip a CD is technically breaking the law following recent changes to UK copyright legislation.
A new policy in the iTunes store, somewhat hidden away, has revealed a new policy that allows up to 14 days for users to cancel their purchases.
In 1968 the Beatles founded Apple Records, a record label intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles. This got us wondering, what if Apple Record and Apple Computer were the same thing? To answer this question we’ve restyled some iconic Beatles vinyl as if they were designed by Apple.
A great PR stunt and a little bit of invasion to your iTunes collection, U2’s ‘Songs of Innocence’ could have been another disruptive move by Apple. Beyonce dropped her Album onto iTunes and that also hit the top of the charts.
TuneUP for mac plugs right into your iTunes library to deal with all that cleaning up and organisation stuff. Track names are filled it along with artist information, you can clean up and de dupe songs along with applying album artwork
Swiping in app’s has been given a boost since iOS 7 and now MacPaw have taken swiping to a completely new lever. Doing away with buttons and text labels, MacPaw release Listen, An App that’s “less app and more listening”
As near as darn it to the day, iTunes match became active, allowing users to store music in the cloud and the opportunity to re-download songs at a higher bit rate then the source if it’s less than 256kb. Todays thought is, was £21.99 for a years worth of what is technically a backup service for music worth it?
It’s been a busy and somewhat exhausting day so why not take some time out to listen to the sounds of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds now streaming via the iTunes festival app on your Apple TV. Watching it now via Apple TV it’s a cracking gig even if everyone in the crowd seems intent on heckling.. Good job Noel’s a northern lad and knows how to give as good as he gets. This and other gigs are Free as part of the iTunes festival 2012