With so many online options for digital movie rental, which service offers the best deal or the longest time to watch a film? Glenn Fleishman sorts through the options to recommend four services for different situations.
Apple Music hasn’t changed much at all since Apple introduced it back in 2015, but Adam Engst has a few suggestions—some extremely easy—that could make listening to music through the service more enjoyable.
If you've been buying movies from iTunes so you can play them on your Apple devices, you may be paying more than necessary. With the Movies Anywhere service, you can shop around and buy from the digital retailer with the best price.
Adds support for AirPlay 2 multi-room audio and HomePod stereo pairs. (Free, 263 MB)
Apple has created a new music publishing division. Is the company looking to tighten its hold on the music market?
Adds new music video features to the Apple Music subscription service. (Free, 272 MB)
After seven years, The Beatles have finally come to the iTunes Store. Unless you’re replacing worn-out LPs or cassettes, this is probably an excuse mostly to watch the video of The Beatles’ first live concert in the United States.
Justice Edward Mann of London's High Court today issued a ruling in favor of Apple Computer in its current trademark dispute with the Beatles' record label Apple Corps, finding Apple Computer had not breached a trademark-sharing agreement between the two companies by using its Apple logo on its iTunes digital music service.
Getting Better -- According to the 1991 agreement, Apple Computer was to have use of the trademark in the computer business, while Apple Corps would have exclusive use in the music industry