iTunes

  • Apple’s iTunes soon to serve up “Spoken Editions” of publishers’ content

    Apple’s iTunes soon to serve up “Spoken Editions” of publishers’ content

    If you prefer listening to the news over reading the news, you’ll soon have a new way to do so, via iTunes. In the near future, you’ll be able to browse through a variety of podcasts focused on turning media publishers’ articles and news into audio content, dubbed “Spoken Editions.” On iTunes, podcasts branded “Spoken Edition” will be short-form… Read More

  • Redesigned version of iTunes launches with iCloud Music glitches

    Redesigned version of iTunes launches with iCloud Music glitches

    Apple is having a rough day with the rollout of its new software platforms: in addition to the bug that was bricking users’ iPhones when upgrading to iOS 10, the new version of iTunes – iTunes 12.5.1 – is also having issues connecting to iCloud Music Library this morning. This is a notable update for iTunes, which is likely prompting a surge of downloads, but it’s… Read More

  • Apple is offering 10 movies for $10 to celebrate a decade of iTunes movies

    Apple is offering 10 movies for $10 to celebrate a decade of iTunes movies

    Major deal alert – iTunes is offering six different $10 bundles of 10 movies to celebrate 10 years of iTunes movies. Proud of @iTunesMovies and 10 years of celebrating docs, indies, blockbusters & more. Congrats and thank you! https://t.co/Y9QEINrHfJ — Eddy Cue (@cue) September 12, 2016 If you’ve ever bought a movie on iTunes you know how amazing of a deal this is. Read More

  • Accessibility was all around this year’s WWDC Crunch Network

    Accessibility was all around this year’s WWDC

    Accessibility, conceptually, is much more than just the discrete “accessibility options for people with disabilities”. At its heart, accessibility is about just that: access. You don’t need to have a disability to benefit from it. Read More

  • Apple will require HTTPS connections for iOS apps by the end of 2016

    Apple will require HTTPS connections for iOS apps by the end of 2016

    During a security presentation at Apple’s Worldwide Developers’ Conference, the company revealed the deadline for all apps in its App Store to switch on an important security feature called App Transport Security — January 1, 2017. App Transport Security, or ATS, is a feature that Apple debuted in iOS 9. When ATS is enabled, it forces an app to connect to web services over… Read More

  • Apps as anime characters

    What would software programs look like if they were people? Artist Reef1600 dreamed up these awesome personifications and let us share them with you. Check out his art, buy his work on Gumroad, and click/scroll through to see the rest: Read More

  • Apple App Store goes down

    Apple App Store goes down

    It appears that the Apple App Store, on both mobile and desktop, is experiencing some technical difficulty. The outage is reported to have started around 3:30pm ET, and Apple’s Support site confirms the outage. At first, it was only the App Store that was malfunctioning, not allowing users to download new apps or search through the store. Users attempting to surf the App Store are… Read More

  • On painful Apple rumors

    On painful Apple rumors

    Several photos have surfaced showing what is supposed to be the next iPhone and MacBook Pro over the last few days. These leaked photos themselves are not surprising. Apple spy photos are big business and a staple in tech journalism. But if these photos are to be believed, radical changes are about to hit two of Apple’s flagship products. And it’s about damn time. The iPhone shots… Read More

  • New version of iTunes addresses the music deletion issue

    New version of iTunes addresses the music deletion issue

    Apple rolled out a new version of iTunes this week which introduced an updated design, including modified navigation and the return of the left sidebar. However, under the hood, the new software also includes a fix which aims to address the troubling issue of iTunes deleting some users’ music files from their computer. Complaints about iTunes and its poor integration with Apple Music… Read More

  • Dag Kittlaus, co-founder of Siri, will give the world’s first demo of a next gen AI called Viv at Disrupt NY

    Dag Kittlaus, co-founder of Siri, will give the world’s first demo of a next gen AI called Viv at Disrupt NY

    While Siri now lives on the phones of hundreds of millions of Apple users, just a few people are responsible for helping get the now ubiquitous assistant off the ground. One of those people is Dag Kittlaus, co-founder and CEO of Siri and now co-founder and CEO of Viv, a new platform-based AI product. Read More

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