Tag Archives: Apple Music
Screen shot of iPhone finder management in masOS Catalina How to Make Your iPhone and...
With macOS Catalina, Apple broke up the iTunes app into three separate apps: Apple Music, Apple TV, and Podcasts. Previously, you could connect iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches to...

How the Breakup​ of iTunes in...
Now that macOS Catalina is here, you’ll notice that the iTunes app (not the iTunes Store) is gone. It’s been broken up into Music, Podcasts, and TV apps, similar...

Apple's new Music App overlaid with iTunes logo 🎵 Rocking Out with the Music...
For some reason, it seems as if iTunes is the app people love to hate. So when macOS Catalina drove a stake through the heart of the iTunes app, splitting it...


macOS High Sierra Siri icon Hands On: What’s New With Siri...
Apple’s intelligent assistant — Siri — received a bit of an update during the recent upgrade from macOS 10.12 Sierra to macOS 10.13 High Sierra. While the improvements aren’t...

Are Your Tunes Safe? Apple and...
*UPDATE: Just after this post was published, Apple released OS X 10.11.5 and iTunes 12.4. Apple does not say whether or not iTunes 12.4 has alleviated any issues, but...

OWC Radio #45 – Tim Chats...
Tim Robertson has a great conversation with Lynette Kent on this edition of OWC Radio. Lynette has been at the forefront of digital photography from almost the start, and...


Apple Music on iOS 8.4 Adoption of iOS 8.4 with Apple...
iOS 8.4 and its key new feature Apple Music have only been available for a little over a week, but a report out today from Mixpanel shows that the new...

Beats 1 on iPhone 6 Before Tuesday Launch, Apple Execs Talk...
Several Apple executives, including Eddy Cue and Ian Rogers, took to social media this weekend to stir up some excitement about the impending release of iOS 8.4, Beats 1,...

Apple Music Almost Everything You Need To Know...
A lot of yesterday’s keynote focused on one thing: Apple Music. It truly represents a fundamental change in how Apple is going to distribute music from now on. Since...