Tips, tricks, and more from Kirk McElhearn.
It’s hard to believe that Apple can’t figure out a way for developers to offer a discount for software upgrades.
Not sure how iTunes works? Kirk McElhearn is here to point you in the right direction.
Why does it have to be so difficult when all you want to do is watch an iTunes video on one of your devices?
Seeing strange things in your iTunes library? Kirk McElhearn has a fix.
Apple Music has curated playlists and professionally staffed radio stations, but you can also create and customize your own based on any song, artist, or genre you want.
Apple's vague or cryptic error messages leave users even more confused than before.
Struggling to figure out the recently released iTunes 12.6? Kirk McElhearn is here to help.
Reporting a software bug to Apple really bugs me.
When you want to open a web link in a different browser, Bumpr makes it easy to do.
Apple brings back the much-missed ability to open a playlist in its own window, and the MiniPlayer gets a facelift.
The most prestigious computer company in the world has a top-of-the-line Mac that hasn’t been updated in three years. Where’s the innovation?
Use iFlicks to add metadata, convert video files, and add videos to your iTunes library.
Using MakeMKV to rip a disc has its advantages.
In this edition, Kirk McElhearn address your questions about audiobooks and iTunes.