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Apple Music makes much-anticipated debut with iOS 8.4 release

I just love it….

Posted by agrami01x on July 1, 2015 at 12:08 AM (CDT)

Apple Music makes much-anticipated debut with iOS 8.4 release

Yeah it’s pretty intense.

Posted by Milo on June 30, 2015 at 6:22 PM (CDT)

Apple Music makes much-anticipated debut with iOS 8.4 release

I’m not sure what to think of the new Music app.  There’s a whole lot going on!

Posted by Galley on June 30, 2015 at 4:28 PM (CDT)

Apple releases second iOS 9, watchOS 2 betas to developers

I’m still seeing all of today’s betas: iOS 9, watchOS 2, El Capitan, etc.

Posted by Jesse Hollington on June 23, 2015 at 3:01 PM (CDT)

Apple releases second iOS 9, watchOS 2 betas to developers

Beta got pulled.

Posted by Ellyn IsfeelingThelove on June 23, 2015 at 2:31 PM (CDT)

Apple caves to Taylor Swift, agrees to pay royalties for Apple Music trial period

I believe Apples thinking was going into this that they had already made the decision that since they were developing this to compete with Spotify that if they could forgo paying the artists and get it off the ground. They knew damn well before hand that it could come back and bite them since it’s going to cost their bottom line as a one time expense over the trail period of the service which they hope to recoup in the future, but why would any body in their right mind want to start paying for music they already have. I sure am not.

Posted by Hydro Mac on June 22, 2015 at 2:07 PM (CDT)

Hackers use app to steal passwords, data in iOS and OS X

Until the OS is fixed (hopefully with IOS9), Apple should be able to scan for the type of code that’s doing this as part of their review.  Apparently, after 6 months of knowing this, apps can still get through?!...very disappointing.

Posted by d_anders on June 17, 2015 at 10:58 AM (CDT)

Apple investigated for anti-competitive practices in Canada

This article sounds wrong, namely the part “If the court finds Apple’s contracts with cell carriers unfairly prevent promotion of competing handsets, the carriers could renegotiate the terms of those deals as those respective contracts with Apple expire. Apple couldn’t be reached for comment.”
That’s just stupid.  If the court finds any terms against Canadian Law, they would be immediately struck from the contracts and then perhaps when the contracts expire Apple and the carriers would negotiate new terms which presumably would be different from the current ones.

Posted by D R on June 16, 2015 at 1:10 PM (CDT)

Apple investigated for anti-competitive practices in Canada

This shouldn’t surprise anyone in the US or the rest of the world, it’s the cost of doing business.

Posted by Hydro Mac on June 16, 2015 at 10:08 AM (CDT)

Report: Apple killed Beats home audio project after acquisition

Apple has always had a difficult time with speakers.

Posted by HeadCandy on June 15, 2015 at 10:17 PM (CDT)

Apple removes link to iPod classic in refurbished stores

I’ve had the same 160gb iPod for 6 years, and all I’ve had to do is have the battery changed out. It cost me $50, and the iPod runs like a champ again.  I’m glad that Apple didn’t make a bunch of changes after the 30gb, and it still holds up to this day in my opinion.  The Classic is pretty much gone now, but I still want to modify my other iPod to a 1tb ssd drive.  All my music, and then some.

Posted by John Q on June 13, 2015 at 9:05 PM (CDT)

iOS 9 Transit goes beyond core cities

it maybe good for US, Europe, or other advanced country like Japan. otherwise, Apple map is totally garbage. if you live in other countries, just use local map. that’s the one which is very accurate for sure.

Posted by Edward on June 13, 2015 at 5:56 AM (CDT)

Apple to launch Flipboard-style app, do away with Newsstand

More favorable rates for publishers is something that should’ve happened years ago.

Posted by Galley on June 10, 2015 at 7:39 AM (CDT)

Apple Music allows for offline listening, lacks complete iTunes library for streaming

About the only information I’ve seen thus far is from the FAQ at the bottom of Apple’s new Apple Music page (also linked in the original article above):
Does Apple Music work with iTunes Match?
Yes. Apple Music and iTunes Match are independent but complementary.
This suggests that iTunes Match will continue to be available as an independent service, and from what I’ve observed in iOS 8.4 thus far, the new Music app still works with iTunes Match in much the same way as it always has, other than the new user interface changes.

Posted by Jesse Hollington on June 9, 2015 at 2:49 PM (CDT)

Apple Music allows for offline listening, lacks complete iTunes library for streaming

Am wondering how iTunes Match fits into the equation.  That is the only service I’m concerned about, I use it a lot.

Posted by benjitek on June 9, 2015 at 11:49 AM (CDT)

Apple announces Apple Music

i found the announce sort of lack luster mainly because the speakers all seemed to just ramble on instead of creating some excitement about the features….

Posted by Jeff on June 8, 2015 at 4:35 PM (CDT)

Apple's subscription TV service won't be announced at WWDC next week

Apple needs to just license / buy EyeTV from elgato and encourage folks to use an antenna for local TV. This set up works great for me.

Posted by Robert Blackburn, Jr on June 2, 2015 at 9:35 AM (CDT)

Problem with iPad app grounds American Airlines flights

Is there a way to restore my iPad Air to a iOS earlier than 8.3

Posted by RAYMOND FORREST on May 28, 2015 at 12:04 PM (CDT)

WWE Network comes to Apple TV in UK, Ireland; Australia, Japan and Scandinavia also get new channels

I want to access WWE Network but it’s not available in my country. I have heard that by using VPN,DNS etc, you can access restricted streaming services? Should I go with a VPN or should I use a DNS service like UnoTelly, Unblock us etc? .

Posted by Christen Reef on May 21, 2015 at 10:17 AM (CDT)

iOS 9 to include new Home app for HomeKit?

Sure hope it will be separate download rather then being another useless app that a user can not delete such as the junk that Apple already has on version 8 that I’ll never use.

Posted by Hydro Mac on May 20, 2015 at 4:44 PM (CDT)

Apple releases iPhone Lightning Dock with iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus compatibility


Posted by Galley on May 19, 2015 at 10:03 AM (CDT)

Apple using new AAE sidecar format for iOS 8 photos?

If you haven’t edited the photos on your iPhone, the AAE files are basically irrelevant, and you can just delete them.
If you’ve edited a photo (e.g. added filters, cropped, etc), then the AAE file for that photo would contain the adjustments, while the JPG would be the original, unedited photo. At this point, there aren’t any apps that appear to actually support importing these files (you’d expect Photos for Mac to be able to import them, but it doesn’t seem to be able to—at least not yet).
That said, if you simply want to transfer the edited photos rather than the originals, you can use AirDrop, or e-mail/message them to yourself.

Posted by Jesse Hollington on May 19, 2015 at 9:46 AM (CDT)

Apple developing 'Find my Watch' for Apple Watch; new Apple TV larger in size?

Actually “complications” is not a strange name as it links to the world of mechanical clocks and watches. It refers to the display of anything beyond simple hours and minutes, living in Geneva one can step into any high end watch store to see some amazing examples. Even in the museums - when some clocks were sophisticated analog computers.

Posted by decafjava on May 19, 2015 at 8:38 AM (CDT)

Apple using new AAE sidecar format for iOS 8 photos?

So what does one do with .AAE files? Delete them?

Posted by Jensofunky on May 18, 2015 at 11:26 AM (CDT)

Greenpeace finds Apple to be a 'green Internet' leader

This particular report focuses on Apple’s efforts in the cloud space, and has nothing at all to do with their manufacturing processes or even their hardware. As the first sentence of the article reads: “Apple is leading the way on clean energy among companies delivering Internet services” (emphasis mine). In other words, it’s about how Apple is managing and powering its data centres that provide services such as iCloud and iTunes, all of which are primarily located in the U.S. and have nothing to do with China.
Further, if you look at the list they’re up there with mostly other Internet services companies such as Facebook, Amazon, and eBay. I suspect entries like Microsoft and IBM are also being rated for their respective Internet services (e.g. Office 365), not their manufacturing or hardware/software products.

Posted by Jesse Hollington on May 14, 2015 at 8:06 AM (CDT)

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