Tag Archive: iTunes


The verdict is in, and after nearly a decade of legal wrangling, Apple has prevailed in the class-action lawsuit seeking over $ 1 billion in damages by iPod owners who claimed the company conspired to kill competing music services by adding restrictions… Read more ›

Apple’s got some great things planned for 2015, but before we get there we need to look back at the year that was 2014. With that in mind, today marks the release of the company’s annual iTunes Store awards — highlighting the… Read more ›

Christmas is still a few weeks away, but Apple is getting into the holiday spirit by activating a number of its festive-themed curated iTunes Radio stations — ranging from collections of country Christmas songs, to stations featuring the kind of Christmas… Read more ›

Eddy Cue, Phil Schiller, and even Steve Jobs (via old emails and videotaped deposition) are all star witnesses in a week-long trial that will determine whether Apple will have to pay at least $ 350 million in damages for blocking competitors from working… Read more ›

Let’s face it – not all of us want every purchase we complete via the iTunes or App stores available to anyone who uses our iPhone, iPad, or Macbook. Some things just need to remain, well, private. Luckily, it’s pretty… Read more ›

Access the Two Different Mini-Players in iTunes 12

If you’d rather your iTunes player take up less screen real estate, iTunes has two alternative player appearance options available, the album cover player, and the popular mini player. These are not new features to iTunes 12, but like many other things which have been switched up in the latest version, accessing them has changed … Read More

How Apple avoids paying taxes on iTunes revenue

Apple’s tax tactics in Ireland have landed the company in Congress’ hot seat this year, but another European nation has also helped Apple wiggle its way out of paying massive taxes on its iTunes revenues. Apple reportedly took advantage of… Read more ›

iTunes 12 brought about some fairly significant user interface changes to the media player app, one of which is the size of the font shown in playlist and music views. The new default iTunes font is smaller with tighter padding between list items, and accordingly it can be difficult to read for some users. But … Read More

If you’re searching for further evidence that music streaming is overtaking downloads, look no further than a new report claiming that over the last quarter European revenue from Spotify streams were 13% higher than revenues from iTunes downloads. The report… Read more ›

How to Downgrade iTunes 12 Back to iTunes 11

iTunes 12 brought a redesigned user interface, complete with many changes to how things look and where things are located, smaller fonts, and the removal of the popular sidebar. Not all users have received these changes well and some aren’t too thrilled with the differences, and for some users they may wish to downgrade iTunes … Read More