Apple Music is finally live, and you can get it both through the iOS 8.4 update and iTunes 12.2, both of which were released today. In addition, the first leaked photos from the so-called "iPhone 6s" have surfaced, and they're about what we'd expect.
Got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We have the answer. This time we have reader who wants to know how to delete podcasts from iTunes for Mac. It's usually easily dealt with, but we have both basic and advanced pointers for getting the job done. [via TechRadar]
Apple just involved itself in the timely debate over the display of the Confederate flag by yanking some Civil War-focused games from the App Store, and some onlookers believe Apple's actions are more harsh than necessary. In other news, Taylor Swift has agreed to allow streaming of her album 1989 on Apple Music, and code in the El Capitan beta hints that we might be seeing a 21.5-inch Retina iMac sometime soon.
Apple Music is set to bring the biggest changes to digital music since the iTunes Music Store by not only providing a place to listen to music, but to also explore deep cuts, interact with your favorite artists, and discover new ones. So whether you're a fan of Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, or Florence + The Machine, here are eight reasons why you rush to sign up on June 30...
Got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We have the answer. Today we have a reader request about how to transfer your iTunes library from one location to another. This question is specifically about moving your library from an external drive to your main drive, but much of the advice should help no matter where you're moving your files. [Via TechRadar]
In today's Apple Daily, Apple is said to be preparing to launch its music streaming service with the option of trying it for 90 days for free. Meanwhile, there's good news and bad news at the Apple Online Store: all AT&T subsidized iPhones with two-year plans have been removed, but same-day delivery is now offered for some purchases.
You win some, you lose some. On one hand, Apple confirms that the Apple TV can be used as a central hub for its new HomeKit service. On the other, a new report claims we won't see an updated Apple TV at this year's WWDC, and Apple ihas ssued a voluntary recall for one of its Beats devices.
In today's Apple Daily, a new report claims that Apple's long-rumored streaming music service may be just a week away, a San Francisco Bay area woman drops off a $200,000 Apple I at a local recycling center, and Apple sends out a video to retail employees informing them to prepare for the imminent Apple Watch retail launch.
In today's Apple Daily, insider sources claim that Apple may not have its rebranded steaming music service ready in time for WWDC. In other news, the next Apple TV remote is rumored to have a touch pad, and Apple finally releases specifications for third-party Apple Watch bands as part of a new "Made for Apple Watch" program.