Tag Archive: Music


How to Enable Highest Quality Music Streaming Over Cellular on iPhone

Audiophiles who want to listen to the highest quality audio streaming from Apple Music and iTunes Radio from the Music app when on the go can enable an optional high quality streaming option in iOS Music settings. While this improves the sound quality and bitrate of the songs you listen to over cellular connections, the … Read More

iOS 10: Finding Music Controls at Control Center

Apple redesigned some fundamental features with iOS 10 on iPhone and iPad, including where the music controls are found in Control Center, slide-to-unlock, and the newly hidden Shuffle and Repeat controls in Music app itself. If you’re new to iOS 10 and thought that Control Center removed the music controls, it’s likely because the new … Read More

How to Shuffle Music in iOS 10 Music

“Where is the Shuffle button in Apple Music for iOS 10?” You might find yourself asking this question after you have installed iOS 10 on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, then launched the redesigned Music app to attempt to shuffle a playlist. The Shuffle button may be a bit hidden, but despite it being … Read More

How to Copy Music to iPhone from iTunes

“How do I copy music onto my iPhone from iTunes?” is a fairly common question. Fortunately, copying music onto an iPhone from iTunes is fairly easy once you learn how to do it, though you’d be forgiven if you find the music copy process to be a little confusing at first glance. It turns out … Read More

How to Disable “Connect” Tabs and Apple Music in iTunes

If you don’t use the Apple Music subscription service and you don’t have a need for the “Connect” tab in iTunes, you’ll probably find it helpful to know that you can clean up the interface a bit by disabling Apple Music and completely hiding the associated Connect tab and Radio tab in the new versions … Read More

J-pop group ‘hacks’ iPhone for amazing music video

Making a music video that shines bright in the vibrant Japanese-pop market isn’t easy, but if your band needs some tips, look no further than the amazingly whacky video the group Lyrical School just dropped. Rather than filming the video for their first single ‘Run and Run’ in normal landscape format, the crew pulls off […]

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T-Mobile Binge On now supports Amazon Music, ESPN Radio, more

T-Mobile has today added yet more services to its Binge On program after revealing that subscribers have streamed a whopping 90 billion songs for free since Music Freedom launched. Amazon Music, ESPN Radio, and Dailymotion are some of the streaming services now available. Binge On has been a huge hit for T-Mobile — and indeed its […]

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Apple Music playlist highlights 40 songs from 40 years of ads

Festivities for Apple’s 40th birthday have spilled over onto Apple Music this week, with an all-new playlist that celebrates songs from the company’s iconic ads over the years. The 40-song playlist spotlights some of the best tunes of the present and the past. It’s available to all Apple Music subscribers, and includes hits from The […]

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Taylor Swift channels Drake in new Apple Music ad

Taylor Swift hates doing cardio in the singer’s first ever appearance in an Apple ad that reveals the country-turned-pop star has a soft spot for hip-hop icons Drake and Future. The latest ad for Apple Music pits Taylor against one of the most ferocious machines in the gym: the dread treadmill. Taylor says her hilarious […]

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Heartless Kanye has Apple Music fling behind Tidal’s back

Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo album has arrived on Apple Music — making something of a mockery of Mr. Kim Kardashian’s claim last month that the album would “never never never be on Apple.” We guess by “never” he meant “you’ll have to wait six more weeks.” My album will never never never be on […]

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