Tim Cook shares and cares at the annual Apple shareholders meeting, Samsung nicks Apple's wallet, and Sergey Brin's smartphone is mocking him.
Disoriented by iTunes 11's new way of syncing iOS devices? Confused by the different lengths of audiobooks with the same titles? Curious about how to make a list of the books in your iTunes library? Interested in listening to your audio in mono, instead of stereo? I have the answers to all these questions in this week's column.
If your iOS device gets stuck in a restore loop, you may need to turn to a tool not approved by Apple.
This week's column looks at some common problems with iTunes, some quirks with iTunes Match, and explains how to update smart playlists, among other subjects.
This week I look at where the Column Browser is in iTunes 11, creating a smart playlist with music from other playlists, copying music from one computer to another, and more.
This week I look at queries about printing playlists, which device to use for streaming music, displaying bit rates, and playing music in shuffle mode.
More than 50,000 CDs are AutoRip eligible including albums from every major label
While iTunes 11.0.1 appears to have fixed most of bugs reported in the application's initial 11.0 release, a few lingering issues remain. Ted Landau has the scoop.
In the last 'Ask the iTunes Guy' column of the year, I discuss turning on Grid View in playlists, making playlists from folders of songs, adding tags to your tracks, and identifying the duration of selected tracks in iTunes 11.
Mac and iOS may have dominated Apple news this year, but they weren't the only developments. Dan Moren and Lex Friedman recount the rest of what happened in 2012.