iTunes 11 brings cool new features such as Up Next, a refreshed interface, and an improved MiniPlayer. But longtime users may find the changes (and some omissions) a bit disconcerting.
Sure, you love "Jingle Bells" now, but how are you going to feel in July when it pops up in a genius playlist? Chris Breen helps ensure that will never happen.
In this week's column, we look at five very different questions. Read about sharing your iTunes library at home and splitting it when two people part ways. Find out how to add descriptions to TV episodes, sort iTunes U course and listen to podcasts on your Mac at different speeds.
It's all about the executives: T-Mobile's are hoping to get an early Christmas present that rhymes with shmyShone; Time Warner's wants an Apple TV; and apparently there's nothing Eddy Cue can't fix.
iTunes 11 marks a fairly major revamp of Apple's all-in-one media player/store/syncing software. Senior writer Lex Friedman and senior editor Dan Moren run down what's new and different.
With one day before Apple's November deadline expires, iTunes 11 landed in the Mac App Store as an update.
The move allows users to send iTunes credits worth $10, $15, $25 or $50 for purchases on Apple's digital content bazaar
In this week's column, I look at iTunes Store authorization issues, how to get albums to stay together, a question about working with artwork, and how to split your iTunes library.
Apple's iTunes Match music service came out one year ago. Kirk McElhearn offers a status report and wishlist for improvements.
In this week’s Ask the iTunes Guy column, we look at a number of questions related to the iTunes Store and Apple IDs, and one question about a problem with iTunes launching at startup.