iTunes DRM is a touchy and complicated subject, and many apps and solutions exist in this legal gray area claiming to remove iTunes DRM. We take a look at the controversy and the implications of freeing your iTunes purchases, and evaluate one of the more popular options for killing iTunes DRM.
Whether you need to submit your device for service, troubleshoot an issue, or catalog it for inventory or insurance purposes, chances are you’ll need to locate your iPhone serial number at some point. Here are six ways to do it, depending on the state of your device and your operating system.
Apple made waves this week by announcing that 11 million users have thus far signed up for its new Apple Music service. But considering the immense advantages that Apple Music has over its competitors, and the fact that we’re only halfway through the service’s introductory free trial, those 11 million users are not something to celebrate, and may even be a sign that things are going wrong for Eddy Cue, Tim Cook, and Apple.
While Apple makes it easy to view your current media in iTunes, some users may wish to see their iTunes purchase history, either to verify a recent purchase or, like us, reminisce about apps, movies, or songs we purchased, in some cases, more than a decade ago. Thankfully, it’s quite easy to get a detailed iTunes purchase history for your account. Here’s how to do it.
Apple has long made accessibility features in its products a priority, and there are many accessibility options available in iOS. But instead of navigating through iOS Settings menus, here’s how you can enable or disable common iOS accessibility options directly from iTunes on your PC or Mac.
By default, iTunes on your Mac or PC makes a backup of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch every time you sync. These backups are an important step in keeping your iOS data safe, but they can take up a lot of space on your computer’s drive. Here’s how to view, manage, and delete unneeded iOS device backups in iTunes for OS X and Windows.
Apple last week released iTunes 12.1.2, a minor update that brought improved compatibility with the new Photos app. Thankfully, the update also fixed an annoying layout change in the ‘Get Info’ window that was introduced in iTunes 12.1.
The Star Wars saga is set to make its long awaited digital debut this Friday, but with the films available on a number of platforms, where should Star Wars fans make their purchase? We take a look at the pros, cons, and alternatives for getting your digital Star Wars fix.
Heavy iTunes users with multiple computers will quickly run into an issue due to the fact that users can only authorize iTunes on five computers at once. Thankfully, there are some tricks and best practices that can help you navigate this limitation. Here’s how to manage iTunes authorizations on your PC or Mac.
iTunes 12 is certainly a controversial update to Apple’s popular media software, but one small change, quietly introduced in iTunes 11, can make navigating your content a bit quicker: media type keyboard shortcuts.