While you might think iTunes won’t be able to do it anymore, it can — but iMazing does it better.
The folks at DigiDNA should totally send Apple a gift basket, because nerfing iTunes was probably the best thing ever for iMazing.
Last year Dr. Mac lobbied to get Apple to streamline iTunes, and now that they did he isn’t happy. Check out why he says Apple’s changes didn’t turn out the way he hoped.
When you need to do what iTunes says isn’t possible, it’s once again iMazing to the rescue.
It turns out, being able to get rid of those unused ringtones doesn’t require third-party software or hacks after all.
The new process might have baffled a number of people (including Jeff Butts), but once you know how it’s done, the method is actually pretty easy.
Apple’s new Steve Jobs Theater had its debut, and Bryan and Jeff talk about some of the amazing things we saw. They also spew some vitriol all over Apple’s decision to pull the App Store from iTunes, and discuss their favorite aspects of Apple Watch Series 3 and iPhone X.
Taking away the ability to browse iOS apps on Macs and PCs is a step backward for users, and those backward steps are annoying as @&#%!
It took some digging and searching, but Jeff Butts found out how to get back those purchased ringtones, almost by accident.
Imagine having the experience of the lights automatically dimming when the movie begins, all in the comfort of your own home.
Apple won’t share user information with the SPLC, and donations won’t qualify as a charitable donation.
If you are an iTunes U content creator, you won’t have to do much since Apple will be doing the transition. However, Apple recommends that institutions review current iTunes U Collections and remove outdated or unneeded content before the transition happens.
Apple’s patch notes say only, “This update includes minor app and performance improvements.”
Celebrate World Emoji Day with Apple by guessing iTunes movie titles in emojis and preview new emojis coming later this year.
PayPal is finally a payment option for the iTunes Store, App Store, and Apple Music in Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
Keyboard shortcuts, system-wide tools, reversing panorama mode, and putting the finishing touches on your system updates are the things you’ll learn about in just the first few minutes of this episode. From there it goes even deeper, including a great segment about managing your email on macOS and iOS. You won’t want to miss this one. Press play… and enjoy!