Podcast 468: The day the Music died

The collision of Apple Music, iCloud Music Library, and iTunes Match is still confusing.

what to do if icloud music library kills itunes music

Apple Music got you screaming? Try these approaches....

Credit: Person in picture comes from Tim Simpson

Every day is beautiful in the Mac world, but now and then storms gather in the iCloud. Let this podcast be your umbrella, and I promise to stop with the strained weather analogies. This week Glenn and Susie discuss/kvetch about the confusion over the collision of Apple Music, iCloud Music Library, and iTunes Match. Because it’s still pretty confusing.

Glenn also updated us on a couple very scary-sounding vulnerabilities that could affect Macs. Security research is good and necessary, and you shouldn’t be too freaked out—Glenn can explain why. There’s other news too, like Apple denying Business Insider’s report that it was starting an MVNO, and another rumor about Siri transcribing your voicemail someday.

Show notes


Special thanks to this week’s sponsor. Red Hat makes enterprise software trusted in the world’s most demanding data centers. Find out what they can do for yours at redhat.com.

You can subscribe to the Macworld Podcast—or leave us a review!—by clicking here. Or you can point your favorite podcast-savvy RSS reader at: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/58576458-macworld/tracks

To find previous episodes of our audio podcasts, visit Macworld’s podcast page. And you can always send us feedback about anything you hear on the show.

Subscribe to the Best of Macworld Newsletter