Scams involving gift cards are pretty common. This is because instead of asking victims to send them money directly, these scammers sometimes ask for payments in the form of gift cards. Like we said, given how common these scams, you might think that companies would be doing more to stop them, or at least help those that fall victim to such scams.
Last year during WWDC 2019, Apple announced that for macOS, they would be doing away with iTunes. Instead, the company opted to split up various aspects of iTunes into its own dedicated apps, like a standalone app for Apple Music and so on. However, back then Apple suggested that Windows users might have to wait.
If it weren’t for the sake of security and warranty, every iPhone owner might already have jailbroken their devices for better customization, advanced entertainment, and more flexible data management.
When Apple launched macOS Catalina, one of the biggest changes that users had to get used to is the fact that iTunes no longer exists. Instead, Apple launched several apps that is essentially iTunes, but broken up into individual apps to help make the experience less bloated, where there would be a dedicated app just for music, one for videos, and so on.
If you’re using iTunes on your Windows PC, then you might want to update to the latest version ASAP. This is because according to recent findings by security firm Morphisec, it seems that they have discovered a zero-day vulnerability in iTunes for Windows which if exploited, would have allowed an attacker to install ransomware on your PC through the software.
Being able to launch apps on your handset is something we can all expect as one of the most basic features of a smartphone. Unfortunately, it seems that there is a growing number of iPhone and iPad users who are encountering a weird issue in which whenever they launch a non-Apple app, they get an error message.
The other day at WWDC 2019, Apple announced their next major update to macOS. With this update, there will be a bunch of changes and new features to the operating system, but one of the biggest changes we reckon has to be with iTunes, where Apple has opted to split the software in several components.
iTunes has been around for the longest time ever and has become one of the staple softwares used on Apple’s Mac computers. However, the fact that it has been around for so long has resulted in it feeling rather bloated and hard to use, which is why there have been rumors that Apple could potentially retire the software at WWDC 2019.
iTunes has become rather synonymous with Apple. The app was used to do all sorts of things, such as buy music, videos, books, sync up with iOS devices, and more. Over time, the app has gotten very bloated due to all these additional features, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that Apple could be planning on retiring it for good.
iTunes has been around for the longest time ever and has been Apple’s one-stop shop for the majority of its products and services. For example, it can be used to purchase music, books, movies, TV shows, apps, cloud storage, and it is also used to help sync up iOS devices. As such, the software has become extremely bloated.
If you’re an iOS or macOS user who has since moved to an Android device but want to transfer your iTunes music library to your new Android phone, here’s how you can do it.
If you feel that the current ringtones offered on the iPhone are a bit boring, check out our guide above that will show you the steps needed to put together your own custom ringtone for your iPhone.
Due to the fact that iTunes has been around for more than a decade, obviously the app has grown with new features with every major update. This has resulted in many users complaining about the app feeling rather bloated, but unfortunately users don’t really have much choice since the app does everything.
When you make a purchase via Apple’s App Store or iTunes, chances are you might make those purchases by tying a credit card to your account, where you’ll be charged each time you make a purchase. However it seems that Apple would much prefer if users were to load up their accounts with money and are now offering users an incentive to do so.