Latest Apple News

Want To Know How To Remove U2'S 'Songs Of Innocence' From Itunes?

By Michael West | 16th September 2014

Apple has launched a tool to help iTunes users remove U2's new album Songs of Innocence, which was made available as a free download following a product launch event in California on Tuesday (September 9).U2...

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Have Lg Blown Apple And Samsung Out Of The Water With The G3?

By Jack de Aguilar | 10th June 2014

Apple and Samsung’s duopoly over the mobile phone market space seems to coming to an end, and it’s partly down to their own failings. People want an iPhone with a bigger screen, and the rest...

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Jimmy Iovine Officially Exits Interscope For Apple. This Is A Big Deal.

By Michael West | 29th May 2014

Jimmy Iovine has officially made his exit from Interscope Geffen A&M, following 25 years of being the most successful head of a major label in the business. Iovine - whose replacement is John Janick -...

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By Michael West | 11th May 2014

Black Eyed Peas singer and superstar producer was kicked out of United Airlines First Class lounge after allegedly being told his membership card for fake. The singer hit out at the company on Twitter,...

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Apple To Buy Dr Dre's Beats Electronics For $3.2 Billion. That's Billion.

By Michael West | 11th May 2014

Technology giants Apple are hoping to wrap up a $3.2 billion deal to buy Dr Dre's Beats Electronics, according to various media reports. Negotiations are thought to be at an advanced stage and a deal...

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UK Passes Most Useless Legislation Tweak Ever: You Can Now Copy Cds, Hurrah!

By Jack de Aguilar | 1st April 2014

If you’ve ever burned/ripped a CD onto your mp3 player, mobile phone or laptop, then you’ve committed a crime. In fact, legislation is so out of touch with current practise, 85% of the people surveyed...

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Itunes Radio Hitting The UK By 'Early 2014', People In The Know Say

By Jack de Aguilar | 8th October 2013

Music streaming service iTunes radio will be hitting English speaking countries, like the UK, Australia, in early 2014, Bloomberg report. If the reports are true, then Apple are making their move before their rival, Pandora.The...

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Apple Refund Breaking Bad Fans Who Paid Double For Season 5

By Jack de Aguilar | 24th September 2013

Breaking Bad is good, and we’re pretty sure people would love to support it with as much money as possible. Trouble is, there are plenty of Walter Whites in this world unwilling to embark on...

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Apple's Iradio Close To Confirmation

By Contributor | 17th April 2013

Apple’s dream of a web radio service is becoming ever closer to reality, with The Verge reporting that it’s set to sign an agreement with major record label Universal Music Group this week about use...

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Student, 22, Wins Huge Prize For 25th Billion Itunes Download

By Michael West | 7th February 2013

A 22-year-old Economics student from Hanover, Germany, has received a gift card worth 10,000 Euros for downloading the 25th billion iTunes track. Phillip Luepke downloaded the obscure techno song 'Monkey Drums (Goksel Vancin Remix) by...

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Crack Open The Champagne! Apple Reaches 25 Billion Download Milestone

By Hayley Avron | 7th February 2013

iTunes, the online music retailer from Apple has passed a significant milestone, having sold a staggering 25 billion song downloads since its inception nearly a decade ago. iTunes has become a significant source of revenue...

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Ac/dc Give In To The Digital Age And Sell Music On Itunes

By Jack de Aguilar | 19th November 2012

AC/DC - one of the biggest bands to resist the transition into the digital age of music - have allowed their entire back catalogue of rock music to be sold by e-distribution giants Apple, via...

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