Are you sick of those pop-up notifications from iOS apps that beg you for a review? Now in iOS 11, you can turn those off. Well, most of them, anyway. Here’s how to do it.
4K Movies are finally available on iTunes, and while you can easily buy and rent them, there’s a cheaper option for some films. Here’s how to get 4K HDR movies for cheap on iTunes, while also receiving a handy physical copy.
In this article, we’re going to talk about the easiest, quickest way to free up a bunch of space on your iPhone or iPad using the built-in storage controls under iOS. After all, there’s no need to keep movies or TV shows on your devices if you never plan to watch them!
The iPad’s picture-in-picture mode comes to the Mac in macOS Sierra. Here’s a look at how it works, its limitations, and how it compares to existing video solutions in macOS.
TunesKit DRM Media Converter can convert your purchased iTunes movies and TV shows into a format compatible with any device or app.
We’re giving away a new 4th Gen Apple TV and a $100 iTunes gift card! Find out how to enter and win!
Movies purchased from the iTunes Store look great in your library, complete with metadata and artwork. But when you add your own ripped movies to iTunes, all you get is a title and thumbnail. Here’s how to give your personally ripped movies the same metadata as their iTunes Store counterparts, making your library better looking and easier to navigate.
Longtime iTunes users have built up impressive digital content libraries, but they’ve also likely acquired quite a few TV shows, songs, or movies that they no longer want. Here’s how to clean up your iTunes library by hiding unwanted purchases, and how to get hidden purchases back if you change your mind.
Older versions of iTunes easily let users display iTunes downloads in a separate window, allowing for easy tracking of lengthy or multiple downloads. iTunes 12 seems to remove this option, enabling only a temporary pop-up display of current and pending downloads. Here’s a trick on how you can get that old separate iTunes downloads window back, and all it takes is an extra keystroke.
Millions of Apple users signed up to try Apple Music, but the free trial period ends soon, on September 30, 2015. If you’re currently signed up but don’t think the service is worth the regular $9.99-per-month price, you’ll need to cancel your Apple Music free trial before the end of the month in order to avoid being charged. Here’s how to do it.