Apple ‘Back to School’ Promotion Launches with iTunes Gift Cards up to $100

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Apple has launched its annual ‘Back to School’ promotion which offers educational discount to qualifying customers. This years promotion offers up to $100 store gift card when purchasing a Mac and $50 on iPhone / iPad purchase. The App Store gift card can be used to download music, books, apps … Read the Full Story →

Apple Adds Movie Support to iTunes in the Cloud in 11 New European Countries

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With Apple’s iTunes in the Cloud service in over 115 countries, the Cupertino, California based company is consistently looking to expand. On Wednesday, Apple added movie support to the iTunes in the Cloud service for 11 new European countries. The new countries include, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Luxembourg, … Read the Full Story →

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Looking to Increase iPhone Sales in India

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According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple Inc. (AAPL) is looking to increase sales of its products in India, which is quickly becoming one of the larger markets in the world. The report notes that AAPL is ‘making moves’ to increase sales, meaning that the company is starting to build … Read the Full Story →

Apple TV Officially Launches in India Following iTunes Store Launch

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Last December, Apple launched the iTunes Store for music and movies in 56 new countries, including India and has now officially launched the Apple TV. According to BGR, Apple is now selling the Apple TV in India for Rs 8,295 including taxes, which comes out to about $153 USD. During … Read the Full Story →

Apple iTunes Music Store Surpasses 25 Billion Downloads

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Apple recently announced a major milestone for its iTunes Music Store, hitting 25 Billion downloads. Last March, Apple’s App Store hit 25 billion downloads, with the company giving out a $10,000 gift card to the person who downloaded the 25 billionth app. Apple did not launch a promotion for the … Read the Full Story →

Hidden Radio Icons in iOS 6.1 Suggest Music Streaming Service from Apple Coming Soon

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Apple has been widely rumored to be working on subscription based music streaming service for iOS devices. When Apple purchased LaLa, many believed that the company would introduce a streaming service. However, the purchase turned out to be to acquire talent to develop iTunes Match service. Evad3rs released their ‘evasi0n’ … Read the Full Story →

Apple Releases iTunes 11, Delayed Due to Engineering Issues

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During this year’s September iPhone and iPod event, Apple also introduced iTunes 11. The Cupertino, Calif. based company released the newest update on Thursday, with a number of new features, such as a redesigned App Store, a mini player, and playback syncing. Other features include: – Completely Redesigned. iTunes makes … Read the Full Story →

Time Inc. Now Offering Digital Magazine Subscriptions in Newsstand

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Time Inc. and Apple have had a longstanding relationship, which hasn’t always been the best. According to a report from AllThingsD, Time Inc has now negotiated and announced that they will begin to offer a number of their magazines through Digital Magazine subscriptions in Apple’s Newsstand. About 2 years ago, … Read the Full Story →

Apple Updates Apple TV to Version 5.0.1

Earlier in the week, Apple released iOS 5.1.1 for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and now the company has updated the Apple TV to version 5.0.1. The update doesn’t bring any major features to the set top box, but now allows previews of movies and TV shows to be … Read the Full Story →

iTunes Match Goes Live in New Countries – Austria, Greece and Italy

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Apple introduced its iTunes Match services last November, allowing its users to create a music locker by matching their music libraries with songs available on iTunes from major music labels and artists. After bringing the service over to a number of countries, including Brazil last December, the company has now … Read the Full Story →

Apple Inc. (AAPL) to Bring EPIX movie streaming to Apple TV?

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Apple Inc. (AAPL) has long been selling movies and television shows on its iTunes Store. Now, according to a Reuters report, the company is reportedly planning to bring EPIX movie streaming to the Apple TV, and likely the new rumored Apple television set. AAPL has been rumored to be in … Read the Full Story →

App Store Hits 25 Billion iPhone / iPad App Downloads

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Apple’s App Store was released to the public in 2008, and started off with only a handful of apps. The App Store has since grown to become one of the largest online services in the world, suppling millions of iOS users with fun and intuitive applications. On Friday, Apple’s App … Read the Full Story →

Exclusive Ringtones from The Beatles Now Available from iTunes Store

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Late Apple CEO Steve Jobs adored The Beatles and considered them to be an important part of music history, revolutionizing music as we know it. Apple and The Beatles have had a long history, with The Beatles using the Apple name for many aspects of their business. Eventually, the two … Read the Full Story →

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Enhances Japanese iTunes: iTunes Plus, 3G Downloads, Ringtones, Complete My Album

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Rumors earlier in the week suggested that Apple Inc. (AAPL) was looking to roll out their iTunes in the Cloud services to its Japanese users, and on Wednesday, Apple did exactly that. This allows Japanese users to freely download previous content from the iTunes Store. A report from 9to5Mac also … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iPhone / iPad App Store About to Hit 25 billion Downloads

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Apple has posted a new page on their website, counting down to a total of 25 billion App Store downloads since its introduction in 2008 with iOS 2. The user who downloads the 25 billionth app or who submits an entry form during that time will win a $10,000 Apple … Read the Full Story →