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Microsoft May Be Working On A Cross-Platform Xbox Music Service

Microsoft May Be Working On A Cross-Platform Xbox Music Service

Microsoft has been ramping up a content-centric image of its Xbox-linked services. According to a new report, the company has plans of launching an Xbox music service which will be supported across multiple platforms and will enable users to stream music to Windows 8, Andorid, iOS as well as the Xbox.

By On April 26, 2012 Respond
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iTunes In The iCloud Now Also Supports Movies

iTunes In The iCloud Now Also Supports Movies

With the rapid pace at which transfer and cloud storage of more and more data is becoming imminent, it was only a matter of time before Apple made this important move. At the Apple event in San Francisco, Apple has finally announced that users will finally be able to use iCloud for their movies! This means you can download movies from iTunes, store them on iCloud and then access them from anywhere!

By On March 8, 2012 Respond
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iTunes Is On The Roll In Japan – Gets Lots Of New Features

iTunes Is On The Roll In Japan – Gets Lots Of New Features

Apple has finally updated iTunes for Japan with a number of new features. Although a few rumors recently said that iTunes Match will also be a part of a major update to iTunes for Japan, the list of new features do not include it. Japanese users can now purchase and download music on their iOS devices through 3G cellular networks, a service which wasn’t available earlier. Other new features include the availability of Mastered for iTunes and ‘Complete My Album’ option for Japanese iTunes users.

By On February 24, 2012 Respond
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Data Consumption of iPhone 4S Doubles With Siri

Data Consumption of iPhone 4S Doubles With Siri

Arieso, a network metrics firm, has carried out an extensive research over iPhone data consumption rates. It has then compiled a report about the results. According to Arieso, iPhone 4S users consume nearly twice as much data as that is consumed by iPhone 4 users. Most analysts think that this is all because of Siri since Siri communicated with Server to respond to commands, which inevitably leads to more data consumption.

By On January 7, 2012 Respond
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Accidental Worldwide Launch Of iTunes Match By Apple, Charge Will Be Reimbursed

Accidental Worldwide Launch Of iTunes Match By Apple, Charge Will Be Reimbursed

A number of reports floating on the internet are claiming that Apple had accidentally launched iTunes Match internationally. One particular report, citing a snapshot of response from Apple, states that the launch is not working for Apple users outsides of US and Brazil. And that customers in other parts of the world who have been charged for the service will be reimbursed.

By On December 16, 2011 1 Response
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Apple Releases iTunes 10.5.2

Apple Releases iTunes 10.5.2

Apple has released an update for iTunes. This latest version is termed iTunes 10.5.2 and comes with a lot of improvements geared towards attracting users to iTunes Match. iTunes Match is the music streaming and storage service offered by Apple, the logical equivalent of Google Music. The update also contains fix for an audio distortion problem users faced in the earlier iTunes version.

By On December 13, 2011 Respond
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Apple Tackles Google Music With iTunes Match

Apple Tackles Google Music With iTunes Match

If you were thinking that Apple had nothing to rival Google Music with, think again. Because iTunes Match is here which allows you to store music in the cloud and access it anywhere. You can access it from any device through iTunes.

By On November 19, 2011 Respond
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iCloud And iTunes Match Details – Will be Available From 12 & Late October

iCloud And iTunes Match Details – Will be Available From 12 & Late October

Apple finally revealed when it will take the wraps of its highly anticipated iCloud service and iCloud will go live starting on October 12. With iTunes Match, even songs you’ve imported from CDs can be stored in iCloud. And you can play them on any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC and iTunes Match is just $24.99 a year. iTunes determines which songs in your collection are available in the iTunes Store and any music with a match is automatically added to your iCloud library for you to listen to anytime, on any device……………

By On October 5, 2011 Respond
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Download Mac OS X 10.7.2 Build 11C71 [Dev Only]

Download Mac OS X 10.7.2 Build 11C71 [Dev Only]

Apple has begun pushing out OS X Lion 10.7.2 (11C71) to developers, including the update fixing to Find My Mac related to using a firmware password and improvements to Lion Recovery, which can download only by Apple developers from the Apple’s dev center. The new build includes iCloud Beta functionality and there are no known issues with this build………….

By On October 2, 2011 Respond
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Apple Working On International iTunes Match

Apple Working On International iTunes Match

Apple is far along in negotiations to obtain international cloud-music licenses from record companies and publishers and may secure a deal in time to announce it at the company’s iPhone event on Oct. 4. CNet’s Greg Sandoval reports that Apple is looking to obtain similar licenses to the ones it obtained for iCloud, the company’s upcoming cloud services initiative and Apple is said to be close to reaching deals. iCloud and iTunes Match will give customers the ability to download songs multiple times from any authorized device and stream an digital library on the go and iCloud will be free with limited storage, iTunes Match will cost $24.99/year and offer a customer’s music library for cloud streaming…………………

By On October 1, 2011 Respond
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Apple To Reset iTunes Match iClude Libraries On September 26th

Apple To Reset iTunes Match iClude Libraries On September 26th

Apple has announced that they will reset iTunes Match iCloud libraries on Monday, September 26th and Apple has also begun emailing iTunes Match subscribers. This comes after Apple wiped all iCloud backup data on Thursday and all of which would quite heavily hint that the Golden Master of iOS5 is ready, which in turn means the iPhone 5 can’t be far off. If you’re completely confused as to what iTunes Match is, in a nutshell it’s a new system that will allow you to more easily access all the music you have and it includes all of the songs you didn’t purchase through iTunes……………..

By On September 26, 2011 Respond
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Apple Working On Combination Of iTunes And iCloud

Apple Working On Combination Of iTunes And iCloud

Apple is now attempting to find a way to merge multiple Apple IDs, after developers have found having multiple sign-ins causes problems on iOS 5 and iCloud and Apple did not immediately respond to a request for official comment. The issue of using multiple Apple IDs has been a minor annoyance in the past and Apple has instituted a new policy with Automatic Downloads, which do not let you switch between logins and locks devices for 90 days to a single account. The inability to merge Apple IDs has also become a problem for iCloud developer testers who want to be able to sync content between products and it’s tough to say how many people are affected by the lack of ID merging……………….

By On September 16, 2011 Respond
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iTunes Match Has Reopened For Developers Via Apple

iTunes Match Has Reopened For Developers Via Apple

Apple has posted an announcement on their News and Announcements for Apple Developers RSS feed asking iOS developers to get apps ready for iCloud backup and restore and the announcement indicates that the long-awaited debut of iOS 5 and iCloud is imminent. Apple is ready to further expand iTunes Match beta testing before iCloud rolls out later this fall and the service you will need to download iTunes 10.5 beta 8, which was recently launched by Apple and pay the yearly subscription fee of $24.99………………..

By On September 12, 2011 Respond
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Download iTunes 10.5 Beta 8 And iWork Beta 3 (Developers Only)

Download iTunes 10.5 Beta 8 And iWork Beta 3 (Developers Only)

Apple has made available an eighth beta release of iTunes 10.5 to developers, focusing on bug fixes and improvements and the update is available alongside a new release of iWork for iOS beta 3. iTunes 10.5 beta 8 comes with the automatic backup feature to save the music that you added on iCloud from your PC and Apple also encouraging the developers to signup for the iTunes Match beta at cost of $24.99 per year to test the service. The update was released for the common users too unless some major bugs forced Apple to launch the Gold Master Candidate…………………

By On September 10, 2011 Respond
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iTunes Match Beta Is Available For Developers

iTunes Match Beta Is Available For Developers

Apple has released a new version of iTunes for developer testing of the functionality of iCloud’s new iTunes Match feature for storing songs in the cloud for flexible access from mobile devices and iTunes 10.5 beta 6.1 with iTunes Match which’ll let you sign up for a yearly $24.99 fee. iTunes Match first scans your library and compiles a list of songs from what it finds, doesn’t matter if it’s a song you’ve bought through iTunes, one you’ve ripped from a CD, torrented or even made yourself. Songs that iTunes recognizes are streamed from Apple’s master recording at 256kbps and you will then be able to access the entire library from any Mac or iOS device with an Internet connection………………..

By On August 30, 2011 Respond
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