iTunes is a free application for Mac and PC. It plays all your digital music and video. It syncs content to your iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV. And it's an entertainment superstore that stays open 24/7.
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A powerful multimedia technology with a built-in media player, QuickTime lets you view Internet video, HD movie trailers, and personal media in a wide range of file formats.
Apple has updated the terms of service for its AppleCare+ warranty plan which now includes a free replacement of the battery in qualifying devices once it loses 20 percent of its health.
Today, Apple has relaunched its streaming music service in the form of Apple Music. The service came in the form of an update and also includes Apple's global radio service, 'Beats 1'.
Along with the rollout of its iOS 8.4 update, Apple has launched its Beats 1 global 24/7 radio station, and its new music service, which it claims "will change the way you think about music forever".
According to industry sources, Samsung will not only build Apple's next-gen chips but will also provide upcoming iPhones with flash memory. If true it might mean better storage in upcoming devices.
The latest data shows interesting trends in the US, where the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6 has picked up steam. Unfortunately, Apple is still going strong in Europe where Android lost market share.
Apple's bring your own music service, iTunes Match, will let users upload 100,000 songs up from the current 25,000 with similar features for Apple Music when iOS 9 launches in fall.
Apple has revealed launch timings for its new 'revolutionary' music streaming service, and its Beats 1 global radio station, on Tuesday, starting with the rollout of iOS 8.4, and a new seed of iOS 9.
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According to sources, Apple has begun production on their next iPhone. The successor to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is slated to have identical styling, but will offer the new 'Force Touch' feature.
The 'Reserve Strap' is a $249 strap for the Apple Watch that can increase the battery life of the device by up to 30 hours. The watch strap will come in three colors: white, black and grey.
Apple's OS development has reached its latest milestone, with the rollout of beta 2 releases of iOS 9, OS X El Capitan and watchOS 2, each of which is available to download now.
MIT Technology Review has found the heart rate sensor in Microsoft's Band to be reasonably accurate - and far more so than the Apple Watch, which gave readings that were off by up to 77bpm.
Apple has launched a free replacement program after discovering that "a very small number of 3TB hard drives" sold with its 27-inch iMacs "may fail under certain conditions".
Apple's new 24-hour internet radio station will go live around the world at 9am Pacific on June 30 - the same day on which the new 'revolutionary' Apple Music streaming service launches.
Apple has been inviting publishers to join its new Apple News service - but rather than ask them to agree to its terms and conditions, it's requiring those who aren't interested to opt out.
A consumer group conducted a tablet performance test in which Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 was 20% faster than the iPad Air 2, and the iPad mini 3 was beaten by a supermarket's low-cost Android tablet.
Apple unveiled the latest version of iOS this week, and now that developers have had some time with it, it looks like Apple may be planning some improvements to the selfie cam on new iOS devices.
Apple has introduced an Android app called "Move to iOS," which transfers everything from contacts to photos from Android device to iOS device to make the transition as simple as possible.
iOS 9 brings a range of improvements to Apple's mobile OS, including better multitasking, new search features and more - and the first beta release is now available for you to try on your device.
If you're excited about the new multitasking features of iOS 9, know that not all of the features will be arriving on all iOS devices come fall. Like previous updates, some features will be limited.
The Apple Watch was released six weeks ago, and now Apple has debuted watchOS 2. It will be the second OS iteration for the wearable that will debut some time later this year.
Apple has announced its new Music service, which will launch on June 30 priced at $9.99 a month - and alongside this, it's launching its first worldwide radio station, called Beats 1.
Along with a new version of OS X dubbed 'El Capitan', Apple has taken the wraps off iOS 9 which brings a plethora of new features, including a highly requested one, true multitasking for the iPad.
Apple has announced the next version of its mobile OS, introducing multitasking support that will be familiar to Windows 8 users, and Siri features that appear to borrow from Cortana and Google Now.
Apple has announced their next version of OSX, dubbed 'El Capitan'. The next iteration will focus on performance and experience. The OS is expected to be released in the fall of 2015.
Today, Apple will most likely reveal a music streaming service at their WWDC 2015 conference in San Francisco, and you can watch the keynote live, on any device, using the following methods.
It seems that many retailers are still not keen on accepting payments using Apple Pay as nearly half of the top 100 merchants revealed that they won't be implementing the system until next year.
Sony Music's CEO has revealed in an interview that Apple's rumored ad-free music streaming service will finally be unveiled at the company's annual developer conference tomorrow.
A report has revealed that Apple will bring its mobile payment system to the United Kingdom in the coming two months, and will make a formal announcement at the upcoming WWDC.
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HTC has released a limited edition 24K gold version of its HTC One M9. Although this might be news in itself, eagle-eyed noticed an iPhone 6 being used to take the promotional Twitter image.
Apple has partnered with startup courier service Postmates to offer same-day delivery (within four hours) for most products through its app and web store, albeit currently only in the Bay Area.
Apple will expand Apple Watch availability by offering it in more global locations, retail stores and through Apple Authorized Resellers by the end of June.
A recently-discovered vulnerability in Apple's Macintosh computers allows hackers to dig deep into your computer undetected and rewrite how your machine works.
Apple has announced a voluntary recall of all Beats Pill XL speakers, encouraging customers to stop using them immediately, after finding that the battery "may overheat and pose a fire safety risk."
The latest data shows that Samsung's new flagship devices were off to a slow start on the market, while Apple keeps gaining market share. However that trend might have already changed.
Microsoft has registered a handful of new domain names recently that are all targeted at Apple developers, including the likes of Microsoftlovesappledevelopers.com.
A recycling firm in California is looking for a woman who dumped off an Apple-I to split the $200,000 check it received after selling the computer which she left behind without knowing its worth.
Apple has issued a temporary workaround for the malicious unicode DoS attack that has been impacting iOS users. Apple is in the process of issuing a software update that will remedy the issue.
A vulnerability in the way Apple's core operating system handles unicode characters allows an attacker to send a specially crafted message that can automatically reboot any Apple product.
Apple plans to leverage its wide array of first-party apps, as well as some third-party ones, to create a service called 'Proactive' in an attempt to compete with Google Now for iPhone users.
It looks like Apple will be bringing its Apple Watch "Force Touch" to the iPhone and iPad; sources are said to have confirmed that Force Touch support will be included in iOS 9.
Microsoft just announced that a Cortana application is landing on Android and iOS devices to work as a companion to the digital assistant found on Windows 10. Details incoming
Jony Ive, the man behind many of Apple's iconic devices, has been promoted inside the company making him Apple's first Chief Design Officer. He'll now oversee the entire company's look and feel.
It wouldn't be completely out of the ordinary for a company to leak its own product, but Apple may have just done that with a mysterious iPhone handset found in select photos on its own website.
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Apple could soon reveal multitasking features for its iPad line along with a larger version of its flagship tablet, which would be a direct response to Microsoft's Surface Pro line.