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Briefly: Winter Solider shows up early, Yosemite added to Flyover

08/19, 11:33pm

Apple adds Wellington, NZ and Yosemite National Park in advance of next OS X release

On Tuesday, Apple further improved its Maps application by adding Flyover and other map data for Wellington, New Zealand and -- ahead of its debut as the namesake for the next OS X upgrade -- Yosemite National Park in California. The company also added new photos of Yosemite's Half Dome mountain as wallpapers in the current developer beta, DP6, which was released on Monday. The addition of Wellington marks the third New Zealand city added to Flyover, joining Auckland and the city of Christchurch.

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iTunes Festival London adds 21 more acts to lineup

08/19, 10:04am

Elbow, David Gray, Lenny Kravitz, First Aid Kit among names

Apple has added another 21 acts to the list performing at next month's iTunes Festival in London. Some of the better-known additions include Jenny Lewis, Elbow, Paolo Nutini, David Gray, The Script, Jessie Ware, Ryan Adams, First Aid Kit, and Lenny Kravitz. Over 60 acts will be playing in total -- previously-announced performers include Beck, Pharrell Williams, Kylie Minogue, Maroon 5, and Robert Plant.

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New Apple datacenter on Curaçao nearly complete, report says

08/18, 9:29am

Facility presumably meant to support iCloud in South America

Construction of a new Apple datacenter is underway on Curaçao, reports say. Curaçao is an island off the coast of Venezuela, but a constituent country of the Netherlands. The center is said to be nearly complete already; the original company behind the project went bankrupt however, forcing the Unique Infrastructure Group to take over.

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Lawsuit about DRM on 2006-era iPods shambles to life in courts

08/14, 1:22pm

Last prong of three-spoke trial initial hearing held in front of skeptical judge

A nine-year-old lawsuit over Apple's digital rights management in the iTunes Music Store and on the iPod rages on. Lawyers for the complainants continue to claim that changes in iTunes blocking other companies' music stores from functioning on the iPod allowed Apple to raise prices. The $350 million lawsuit against the Cupertino manufacturer had a hearing earlier this week, following the retirement of the first judge in the case.

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Apple adds Robin Williams section to iTunes store [u]

08/12, 8:14pm

Comic legend offered the original voice to the 'Your Verse' campaign

[Updated with addition of feature spot on the main Apple website] The death of actor and comic Robin Williams has spawned a dedicated section at the iTunes Store where fans can find various movies, specials and other performances from the widely-loved actor and comedian. Among the offerings are both videos and audio-only appearances, celebrating the diversity of his career along with a brief biographical note. Apple CEO Tim Cook and Nest CEO Tony Fadell were among the luminaries that remembered Williams in tweets on Monday.

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Apple gives away $25 iTunes gift cards with new Apple TV purchases

08/12, 11:37am

Likely attempt to revive sales

In tandem with the upcoming iTunes Festival in London, Apple has announced a promotion that will get buyers of new Apple TVs a $25 iTunes gift card. The deal runs through September 30th, the end of the festival. The card can be used to buy apps, music, movies, TV shows, and books.

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Apple: bugs with podcast feeds solved in iTunes 11.3.1

08/07, 4:43pm

Subscriptions should finally update properly

Apple has released Mac and Windows versions of iTunes 11.3.1, a minor update of its media software. The latest version deals with two bugs related to podcasts, foremost being one that prevented subscriptions from being updated. The second caused episode list browsing to become unresponsive.

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Briefly: Freeway 7 web design software, PGA Tour Rewind

08/03, 11:27pm

Softpress releases updated WYSIWYG web design software Freeway 7

Softpress has announced the release of its new Freeway 7 Pro web design software. OS X users can utilize the design tool for building and publishing website and email newsletters without the need for coding or HTML knowledge. Newly featuring responsive web design, Freeway 7 Pro can facilitate creating sites that adapt for mobile viewing. Navigation menus can be automatically generated, and search engine functionality is optimized, with the inclusion of social integration. Keyboard shortcuts have been added, so as to enhance user productivity. Priced at $150 for new users and $75 for existing users upgrading from Freeway 5+ Express and Pro, Freeway 7 can be downloaded online. Upon launch of Freeway 7, the Express version is now available for free.

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WSJ: Beats Music head Ian Rogers to take charge of iTunes Radio

08/01, 4:23pm

Executive will straddle both music services

Beats Music head Ian Rogers will also take charge of iTunes Radio as a part of Apple's acquisition of Beats, sources tell the Wall Street Journal. The people add that having Rogers in charge of both units is intended to generate cohesion in Apple's streaming music options. How exactly that might manifest is unclear, but the Journal speculates that Apple may implement new subscription options.

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Major layoffs impacting Beats during Apple takeover, sources say

07/30, 3:30pm

Developers, creative workers being kept

Although the takeover has yet to be fully approved legally, some workers and technology resources are already being shifted from Beats to Apple, sources say. Apple executives have allegedly visited Beats' California headquarters this week and the last, offering some workers new positions at Apple while telling others that their jobs will be cut. Many Beats employees in creative or development roles are being offered work at Apple; many of these are allegedly headed to Apple's Cupertino's headquarters, but the company is keeping both the Santa Monica offices and some engineers associated with Beats Music.

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Beats Music app updated, offers more user customization

07/28, 10:51pm

Now offers Tune Your Taste, verified accounts, song history, more

As the process of Beats Music's acquisition by Apple continues, the iOS app for the subscription-based Beats Music service has received an update to both make playback better and more reliable as well as to improve the overall user experience. The new version 2.2.0 gives users the ability to customize the services's "Just For You" recommendations by changing artists and genres with a new feature called Tune Your Taste. In addition to some other changes, Beats reports that it has "fixed a ton of bugs."

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OS X Yosemite public beta includes iTunes 12 beta access

07/25, 1:24am

Apple pushes iTunes 12 beta as optional update for OS X Yosemite beta

Apple is pushing OS X Yosemite public beta users access to the new iTunes 12 beta. Developers were granted access to the iTunes 12 beta earlier in this week, and similarly OS X Yosemite public beta users will receive a notification via the Mac App Store software update function to install the optional update. iTunes 12 comes with a redesigned interface along with new features. Like the OS X Yosemite beta, the software is not finalized for release and may not alway work as expected, but gives Mac users an opportunity to provide Apple with feedback ahead of its official introduction.

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Network glitches hit iCloud Mail, iTunes, App Store services [u]

07/24, 4:45pm

iTunes and App Store difficulties already resolved

[Updated with spreading service issues] Apple online services have been affected by a pair of problems on Thursday, the company's system status page indicates. Still ongoing is a glitch with iCloud Mail, resulting in "slower than normal response" for some users. Trouble appears to have begun shortly after 2PM Eastern.

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Apple Q3 breakdown shows biggest growth in China

07/22, 5:17pm

iPod continues terminal decline

In addition to its official announcement, Apple has also posted a detailed breakdown of its fiscal Q3 results. "Greater China" -- including Taiwan and Hong Kong -- continued to lead the charge regionally, with its revenue increasing 28 percent year-over-year to $5.935 billion. Europe and Asia-Pacific each advanced 6 percent, to $8.091 billion and $2.161 billion, respectively. Apple's most important market, the Americas, rose 1 percent to $14.577 billion. Global retail numbers were up 1 percent to $4.104 billion.

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Apple seeds fourth preview betas of iOS 8, OS X Yosemite [u]

07/21, 2:25pm

OS X gets iTunes 12, iOS 8 gets new Tips app

(Updated with other beta releases, more Yosemite changes) Apple is now seeding its fourth betas of iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite to developers. Perhaps the most significant change is in the latter, which includes the first beta of iTunes 12. The updated media player uses a flatter, streamlined design more in keeping with Yosemite, and is the first version to support Family Sharing, something also present in iOS 8. While Yosemite is still only accessible to developers, sources claim that the first public beta could go live later this month, after Apple has put more polish on it.

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New 'iTunes Pass' now available in US, Australia

07/17, 12:24am

Passbook card is refillable at Apple Stores, debuted in Japan

One day after the service initially debuted in Japan, the new "iTunes Pass" Passbook card is now available in the US and Australia. The iTunes app on an iPhone or iPad can now issue an "iTunes Pass" card for Passbook to users who click on the "Redeem" button in the iTunes app. Once in place, users can bring the device to their nearest Apple retail store, where staff can take money and instantly add it to the Passbook card by scanning the card, which in turn credits the users' iTunes account.

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Paul McCartney turns his classic albums into multimedia iPad apps

07/16, 6:59pm

New app versions include videos, interviews, photos and lower cost

In an unusual move, Concord Music Group and former Beatle Paul McCartney have re-worked five of the singer-songwriter's classic albums -- McCartney, Ram, Band on the Run, Wings over America and 1980's McCartney II -- as multi-media iPad apps. The re-worked iPad versions feature not only remastered audio of the albums in question, but also videos, interviews, artwork associated with the release (such as single covers) and photos from the period.

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Briefly: Chrome app adds Chromecast, Skye 30-pin audio dock shipping

07/15, 7:11pm

Google's Chrome browser app for iOS adds Chromecast support

Google has updated its Chrome browser app for iOS today, adding Chromecast support. Chrome for iOS syncs tabs and bookmarks across devices, can translate webpages in any language, and allows users to open as many tabs as is desired. Chrome v36.0.19 allows mobile sites that have added Cast support to work one's Cast-enabled device. Additionally included in the update are stability-focused improvements and bug fixes. Chrome for iOS is free to download and requires iOS 6.0 or later.

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Apple Japan unveils Passbook-based iTunes Pass credit refill service

07/15, 9:17am

Could reach more regions soon

In Japan, Apple has unexpectedly announced iTunes Pass, a new service based on iOS' Passbook app. People wanting to refill their iTunes Store account can take an iPhone (or iPod touch) into a Japanese Apple Store and buy credit from a clerk, who then scans in the amount via Passbook. The money should be available immediately.

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New iTunes 11.3 brings iTunes Extras for HD movies

07/10, 12:03pm

iOS users will have to wait for iOS 8

Apple has released iTunes 11.3 for Mac and Windows users. The main addition is support for iTunes Extras associated with HD movies, granting access to things like galleries, commentaries, behind-the-scenes clips, and short films. Not every movie has Extras, since these require special formatting on the part of content creators, but even previously-purchased titles can get Extras for free if they're added later.

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Disney content returns to Japanese iTunes Store

07/09, 11:05am

Apple, Disney overcome contract dispute

Disney content is once again available on the Japanese version of the iTunes Store, according to an official statement. That content suddenly disappeared recently, and without explanation. In talking with Variety, though, Disney confirms that "the interruption was due to difficulties negotiating the renewal of the old contract between Apple and Disney Japan. The new contract was signed on Wednesday and both rentals (VoD) and electronic sell-through returned to normal."

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Briefly: iMovie for Mac updated, iTunes change handles web referrals

07/01, 8:00pm

Mac video editor update fixes crashing bug, improves stability

On Tuesday, Apple issued a minor update to the OS X version of iMovie, bringing it to v10.0.4. The new version sports only a single bug fix, along with the usual "stability improvements" tweaking. The update addresses an issue that would occasionally cause iMovie to crash or quit unexpectedly. It's not clear if the fix is related to a previous minor update that also addressed a crashing bug. Current iMovie owners can update through Software Update; new users can buy the OS X version of the app for $15 (a version for iOS is also available).

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Apple adds 'Best New Updates' category for iOS App Store games

06/27, 2:27am

Adds clarity to 'Best New Games' section, showcases recently-refreshed titles

Readers have reported that Apple is continuing to tweak the app-discovery experience in the iOS App Store, and on Thursday added a new "Best New Updates" section for iOS games, drawing user attention to recently-refreshed titles separate of the existing "Best New Games" section, which would sometimes contain updated rather than genuinely new titles. The move should benefit games that fall into both categories by clarifying updated versus all-new titles.

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Briefly: Civilization Rev 2 for iOS, Instructables app update

06/23, 4:20pm

2K Games announces July 2 launch of Civilization Revolution 2 for iOS

2K Games has announced that it will soon release a new iteration of Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution 2 for iOS and Android. The first title in the franchise specifically designed for mobile use, the game will combine core tactical elements of the series with a user interface specifically intended for touchpad devices. Historical leaders found in this version, as well as the first game, include Abraham Lincoln, Gandhi, and more, with new appearances from leaders such as Churchill and Kennedy. Available July 2, iOS users can download the game through iTunes.

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Forums: Best way to manage music libraries

06/20, 11:37am

Best Way to Manage Music Libraries

Yesterday in the MacNN Forums, Mac Elite "schalliol" was explaining a situation he has, where he would like to be able to maintain a high-definition music library on a NAS that can be played from iTunes, Sonos and other applications from the server -- and wondered if there was a way to push MP3/AAC versions of songs to mobile devices. "Which app did this?" asks "Thorzdad" after his wife's iPhone unexpectedly began beeping and producing weather warnings.

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ITunes Match users hit with problems matching, uploading music

06/16, 12:41pm

Service timing out for some users

A number of iTunes Match users are experiencing problems matching and uploading tracks, according to complaints on Apple's support forums. Affected users will see iTunes say "Matching your music with songs from iTunes Store," but have the process stall out as it appears to be on the verge of completion. Difficulties started on or around June 9 and are continuing.

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App Store, iTunes Store, and Apple TV functions down for some users

06/12, 3:39pm

Some apps not propagating

A number of users are reporting problems accessing functions in various Apple online services, including the App Store, the iTunes Store, and the Apple TV. People with an Apple TV, for example, may be unable to load the Movies or TV Shows apps, although other apps like iTunes Radio and Netflix are still up. At the iOS App Store, some titles -- such as Facebook Messenger or Skype 5.0 -- are apparently missing or otherwise not propagating correctly.

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Briefly: Kindle app adds Audible support, SurfacePad for iPad Air

06/10, 8:51pm

Kindle for iOS adds compatibility with Audible audiobooks

Kindle has updated its iOS app, now allowing users to access purchased Audible content. Users can switch back and forth between reading a Kindle version of a book and the Audible audiobook version, depending on the relevant situation. Over 45,000 Kindle and Audible title pairs are now available. Additional features in v4.3 include synchronized reading progress between the Audible and Kindle versions of a book, the option to increase narration speed by up to 2x, and bulk title downloading. The Kindle iOS app is free to download through iTunes.

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ESPN, local NPR stations make expected arrival at iTunes Radio

06/10, 2:48pm

New York, Austin, Los Angeles among NPR affliates

As anticipated, ESPN and a collection of local National Public Radio affiliates have been added to Apple's iTunes Radio service. Both are live streams of their broadcast counterparts, and in some cases use custom art for individual shows. Some of the NPR affiliates include ones in Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, St. Louis, and Washington DC.

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Redesigned iTunes Connect coming later in 2014

06/03, 4:04pm

Adds analytics, more app info

A redesigned iTunes Connect portal will be made available to developers and content holders later in 2014, Apple revealed yesterday during its Platforms State of the Union presentation, which is now available in video format via the WWDC website and app. Visually the new interface takes after iCloud.com. Feature-wise however it's receiving several important upgrades, including more data for app developers, and an analytics component that will let people track figures like whether people are remaining active users of software. Apple notes that people won't have to download anything to get the iTunes Connect update.

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Square Enix's Dragon Quest VIII RPG turns up on iTunes, Google Play

06/01, 7:25pm

Ten-year old game makes its way to mobile devices with optimized experience

After showing up on the New Zealand iTunes store, Square Enix has officially announced that Dragon Quest VIII has been released for iOS and Android. The game, which was a popular Japanese role-playing game (JRPG) released for Playstation 2 in 2004, comes to mobile gaming almost 10 years after its release in North America.

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Apple turning to local ads, radio stations to boost iTunes Radio

05/30, 1:49pm

Could make iTunes more appealing to marketers

Apple is planning several changes to improve the success of iTunes Radio, according to ad buyers reached by The Information. The first is the addition locally-targeted ads, something reportedly happening later this year. The company may also begin promoting iTunes with "house ads" on its iAd network.

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Eddy Cue talks Beats takeover, Apple product pipeline at Code

05/29, 10:01am

Claims best products in 25 years due in 2014

Speaking yesterday at the Code Conference, Apple's senior VP of Internet software and services, Eddy Cue -- joined by Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine -- offered an explanation of the company's $3 billion buyout of Beats, and also discussed Apple's upcoming product pipeline. He noted that a deal for Beats and/or the people behind it has been in development for a decade, and that together the two companies should be able to speed up products that are being kept secret.

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Cook comments on Beats buy: Android, Windows apps to continue

05/28, 6:47pm

Notes that Beats' music service got subscription 'right'

In a memo to employees following Apple's $3 billion acquisition of Beats Music and Beats Electronics, CEO Tim Cook has described the purchase as a way to "make our incredible iTunes lineup even better, extending the emotional connection our customers have with music." He also made note of the fact that Apple felt the way Beats music, while a fledgling service, had handled the concept of subscriptions, calling it "just right."

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App Store taking over as main driver of iTunes sales

05/28, 1:20pm

Users spending less money on music

Apple's revenues from iTunes music sales are continuing to shrink, but these will soon be fully compensated for by sales at the App Store, says Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty. In the last quarter, people with iTunes accounts spent an average of just $3.29 on music, a drop of 24 percent year-over-year. Based on estimates though, it's predicted that by the end of 2014 App Store sales should not only replace lost revenue but surpass it.

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Forums: iTunes 11 enmity and more

05/23, 2:51pm

iTunes 11 enmity and more

Yesterday in the MacNN Forum Regular "Titanium Man" was asking if fellow forum-goers if they had any suggestions for good music players since they hate iTunes 11, and "downgrading to iTunes 10 causes some pretty bad problems." Grizzled Veteran "yoyoman" is still looking for opinions on which ear piece they should buy, one from Dash or one from LG.

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Apple fixes 10.9.3 'users folder' bug with new iTunes update

05/17, 10:45am

Version 11.2.1 corrects accidentally hidden Users folder

On Friday, Apple updated its iTunes application for the second time in as many days, but this time it was to correct a bug apparently introduced in the previous update, which accompanied the release of OS X 10.9.3. The new iTunes 11.2.1 update has the same release notes as the previous version but in fact exists solely to correct an error that hid the "Users" folder, causing consternation among Mavericks upgraders.

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Apple updates Podcasts, iTunes Connect apps for iOS

05/15, 3:54pm

Podcasts gets support for Siri, CarPlay, AirDrop

In the wake of OS X 10.9.3 and iTunes 11.2, Apple has also released updated Podcasts and iTunes Connect apps for iOS. Podcasts 2.1 mirrors the latest changes in iTunes, incorporating a new Unplayed tab -- which makes it easier to listen to new content -- and "Feed" tab for browsing episodes ready to download or stream. Favorite episodes can be saved for later listening offline, and played ones can be deleted automatically.

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Apple fixes podcast browsing, Genius problems with iTunes 11.2

05/15, 1:55pm

New version brings overall performance and stability improvements

Alongside of Apple's update of OS X Mavericks to 10.9.3, Apple also updated media player and manager iTunes to version 11.2. In addition to the normal improvements to overall performance and stability, the new version fixes some problems with Genius, and modifies the application's podcast management features.

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Higher-quality audio coming to iOS 8, Apple accessories, report says

05/13, 9:50am

Any changes likely to be introduced at WWDC

Apple is planning to build support for higher-definition audio into iOS 8, claims Japanese site Macotakara. At the moment, iOS can't handle 24-bit audio files and hence sampling frequencies beyond 48kHz. While 16-bit files are fine for most listeners, that means that iOS can't load the lossless formats some people prefer.

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Coldplay's new album now streaming free on iTunes Radio

05/12, 6:33pm

Latest in a series of album debuts attracting listeners, press

Apple's iTunes Radio continues to attract publicity and listeners through a string of recent streaming "listening party" album debuts, with the latest being Coldplay offering their latest album, Ghost Stories, as a free stream on the service. The new album, which debuts May 19, joins a long list of recent debuts, including albums by The Black Keys, Pharrell, Eminem and Beyonce.

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Apple pursuing Beats buyout for Beats Music, source says

05/12, 12:13pm

Beats' Jimmy Iovine seen on Apple campus

Apple took an interest in buying Beats Electronics because of Beats Music, according to a Bloomberg source claimed to be familiar with acquisition talks. Beats Music launched just earlier this year, but Apple executives are said to have been impressed by Beats' ability to convert people into paying subscribers. That could imply that Apple wants to improve iTunes Radio by upgrading its design and/or introducing more subscription options. The closest thing to an iTunes Radio subscription is iTunes Match, which removes ads from Radio but is intended mainly as a way of backing up a personal library and streaming it anywhere.

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MLB asks Apple to pull team-themed baseball podcasts from iTunes

05/07, 4:29pm

League likely trying to control usage of team names

Major League Baseball has asked Apple to pull a number of team-based podcasts from iTunes, reports say. These include shows like Pirates Prospects, Mets Musings, It's About the Yankees Stupid, and two Twins podcasts, Talk to Contact and Gleeman and the Geek. The latter, significantly, is hosted by NBC Sports' Aaron Gleeman.

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Black Keys' new album streaming now on iTunes Radio

05/06, 6:30pm

New 'Turn Blue' to be released May 13; two songs available now

As part of an ongoing effort to differentiate itself from other streaming services, iTunes Radio has lately been on a tear of offering pre-release albums streamed on the ad-supported service. The latest entry is the new album Turn Blue by The Black Keys, now available to listen to in its entirety through a dedicated "First Play" channel. Also currently available under the "First Play" moniker are new albums by Michael W. Smith and Chromeo.

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Apple's iTunes Match arrives in Japan

05/02, 1:04am

Add-on service to capitalize on iPhone, Mac popularity

On Thursday, Apple opened its iTunes Match cloud storage and syncing add-on service to Japan, two-and-a-half years after its original US debut, and in time to take full advantage of the iPhone's staggering popularity in the country. During a conference call with analysts, CEO Tim Cook said that the iPhone now accounts for more than 57 percent marketshare, and that Mac sales have also improved -- seeing "double digit" increases. The subscription-based service is ideal for users who want to carry around large libraries of music with the confines of the space-limited iPhone.

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Germany gets TV shows on Apple TV, iTunes in the Cloud for all video

05/01, 4:14pm

Changes make iTunes video content more useful

Apple has made two important improvements to its German video offerings, reports say. The most important is iTunes in the Cloud support for movies and TV shows; this means that content bought or rented on one device can be downloaded elsewhere, or again, at no extra cost, as long as it's tied to the same Apple ID. By extension, the second change is that TV shows hosted on iTunes can now be viewed on an Apple TV.

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Apple Q2 numbers show lower iPad revenue, growth in China and Japan

04/23, 5:30pm

Retail revenues virtually flat

As a part of announcing its second-quarter results, Apple has also posted a detailed breakdown (PDF), exposing further facts. They reveal, for instance, that Apple's iPad revenues dropped 16.4 percent year-over-year, shifting from roughly $8.7 billion to $7.6 billion. The company has typically seen continuous growth for the iPad, but units fell from just under 19.5 million to 16.3 million. Cook later clarified that inventory changes made the drop seem much more dramatic than it actually was in terms of end-user sales.

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Apple fixes weekend iTunes outage for first-gen Apple TV owners

04/22, 4:07pm

iOS 6 users still dealing with FaceTime woes

Apple appears to have fixed a problem that prevented owners of the first-generation Apple TV from accessing iTunes, according to comments on the product's support forums. The outage began over the weekend, but was resolved just earlier today. It's not clear what caused the issue, or why it would only affect first-gen Apple TVs.

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Apple looking to hire senior execs for mobile payment technology

04/21, 5:15pm

Plans described as 'very, very serious'

Apple has been conducting interviews of senior payment industry executives in a bid to build up a mobile payment platform, sources say. The company is allegedly talking to candidates for two positions, one as head of product and another as head of business development. Apple's e-commerce chief, Jennifer Bailey, is indicated to be spearheading payment system efforts and meeting with the candidates in question. "Their [Apple's] ambitions are very, very serious," one of the sources comments.

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Report: Apple to partner with Shazam for song recognition in iOS 8

04/16, 9:47pm

Song-identification technology may be enlisted for Siri, iTunes Radio

Citing unnamed sources "with knowledge of the product," Bloomberg is reporting that Apple may enter into a partnership with song-identifying app Shazam to bring the music-matching feature to iOS 8. Users could, for example, ask Siri "what song is playing?" as they listen to iTunes Radio or other streaming music services, with the voice assistant enlisting Shazam's services to return an answer after a short identifying pause. This in turn would produce a link to the song on iTunes.

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