Apple has escaped a potential $1bn damages bill after a jury decided an iTunes update that kept rivals' music off its iPod was a genuine product improvement.
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If you watch YouTube content on your Apple TV then there are changes coming your way, one of which is that you'll start seeing ads.
For the second straight year, the company will give out the cards instead of discounting its products. All iPads will come with a $50 card, and all iMac and MacBook purchases will include a $100 card.
Apple iTunes users will be able delete U2's 'Songs of Innocence' from their music library after users took to social media to complain the digital album would take up unnecessary iPhone storage space.
iTunes U has been updated with new tools to help teachers create lessons on the iPad.
Apple has some big product promises to live up if iTunes head Eddy Cue is telling the truth.
After limiting its beta software to developers Apple is inviting civilians under the Kimono to test OS X, iTunes and other pieced of its desktop software.
A startup founded by Neil Young promises high-resolution music, and could pose the first real threat to Apple's dominant iPod and iTunes music business yet. Will Apple build, buy, or ignore?
Australia has become the second country after the US to receive Apple's internet music streaming service, iTunes Radio.
25 vulnerabilities are addressed in the new version 11.1.4. 24 of them affect only the Windows version of iTunes.
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I’d really like to use iTunes Match. But Apple won’t let me. Apple limits the number of non-iTunes, store-bought tracks to 25,000—a number I passed many years ago.
Apple makes amazing portable devices and has a great success in the iTunes store, but there are important technology pieces they won't innovate on. The result: a company whose shiny new devices are undermined by mediocre infrastructure.
Although iOS 7 is getting all the hype, Apple also released iTunes 11.1 today with support for iTunes Radio and several other noteworthy new features.
Apple holds its non-disclosure agreements closely to its chest. But what happens when the company's entire developer conference video set end up on YouTube?
Apple didn't give it much time during the WWDC keynote, but Apple's iTunes Radio service is a pretty big deal. Here's why Apple decided to use the radio station model (ala Pandora) instead of the catalog model (ala Spotify).
Apple used its Worldwide Developer Conference to announce OS X Mavericks, iOS 7, iTunes Radio, and new MacBook Air, Mac Pro and AirPort hardware.
Apple finally lifts the lid on iTunes Radio at its WWDC 2013 keynote, an ad-supported service that will battle with Pandora and Spotify in the streaming music space.
Financing plans, discounts, and cashbacks will put the iPhone in the hands of more Indians and drive more traffic to India's nascent iTunes store, but Apple can expect a hard sell converting these thrifty newcomers into paying consumers.
Apple said it is merely a retailer of the digital content sold on iTunes, and pointed the finger at content owners for charging higher licensing costs in Australia for songs, movies, and TV shows.
Remember Lala, the innovative music service that made a splash in 2009? After Apple bought the company, Lala's services vanished. Now, a candid (maybe too candid) report from an insider explains why Apple was willing to pay $160 million to make this "clear and present danger" to iTunes go away.
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