Apple is selling a wide selection of 4K films for between $US5 ($7) and $US10 ($14) on iTunes. That’s up to 50 per cent off for some of these titles, including recent releases like Ad Astra, so we don’t expect the discounts to stick around for very long.
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There have been a lot of great films released since the year 2000, but some of them stood above the rest and elevated the medium to a whole new level of storytelling. These are the 25 best films of the 21st century according to film critics around the globe, and where you can buy them for your collection.
When macOS Catalina finally drops, you’re going to notice a number of big changes. One of the more memorable ones is Apple’s grand transformation of iTunes into standalone Music, Video, and Podcast apps. We love the move, but it does lead to a few questions, like “How do you share media around your house?”
As announced at this year’s WWDC, after 18 years, Apple has finally decided to kill iTunes, its clunky, iconic music app. Apple intends to break up the service into smaller parts — meaning iTunes as we know it will cease to exist. But what does this mean for all the unused gift cards you received every Christmas for years?
Arguably the biggest announcement from Apple's WWDC conference was the "killing off" of iTunes. While this decision was long expected, there are many iTunes users who are more than a little anxious about their existing music, podcasts, movies and TV shows. Here's what you need to know.
Last night, I helped my son set up his new iPhone. The usual process I follow is to back a device up using iTunes and then restore to the new device. But yesterday, for some reason iTunes refused to detect my son's old iPhone. While there was an easy workaround, it occurred to me that iTunes is no longer a required piece of software even if you live completely in Apple's walled garden.
When you purchase music, movies or books from Amazon or Apple’s iTunes store, you might be under the impression that that material is yours to enjoy forever; that’s how CDs and paper books work, after all. Why rent You’ve Got Mail for $4.99 every few months when you can “own” it and watch it whenever, forever, for $14.99?
Mac: When you’re jamming to some background music while browsing the web, getting work done, or chatting with friends, a song might pop up on one of your playlists that you absolutely love. The more this happens throughout the day, the more distracted and disjointed your work is going to feel — and you’ll never be able to focus on studying, making money, or your MMO raid if you’re constantly jumping back to iTunes or Spotify to see what’s playing.
Music streaming is the future, apparently, which means the digital download had a bright and brief existence - lasting from the end of the 1990s to (presumably) the end of the 2010s. But before you erase all your carefully collected MP3s from the disk and close down the iTunes Store for the last time, we've got some very good reasons why you shouldn't.
Apple keeps giving us reasons to say goodbye. iOS 11 is buggy as hell, with the most recent error making iPhones almost unusable and the latest version of macOS briefly exposed Mac owners to a major vulnerability. As for the iPhone X, it may be pretty sleek for an iPhone, but Apple's still playing catch-up to its Android competition.