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RIP iTunes – Apple’s iconic music platform to become three new apps

Apple has effectively heralded the end of iTunes by announcing three new apps which will replace the pioneering music service. Since launching in 2001, the...

It looks like Apple is finally getting rid of iTunes

Nearly two decades after launching iTunes and changing music retail forever, it looks like Apple is finally shutting down the digital retailer, according to reports. ...

Apple announces first new iPod in four years

Apple has announced the release of its first iPod in four years. The latest incarnation of the now iconic music playing device comes in the...

Apple Music now has more paid subscribers than Spotify

Apple Music now has more subscribers than Spotify in terms of paid subscribers in the United States. According to the Wall Street Journal, a report...

Apple’s new streaming platform Apple TV+ arrives this autumn with original shows from Steven Spielberg, JJ Abrams, and more

Apple has announced its new streaming platform, Apple TV+, will land this autumn – and with it comes a host of original content. The streaming service...

Watch Christine And The Queens’ beautiful Apple Music live film ‘Chris: Live From Salle Pleyel Paris’

Christine And The Queens has released a new live film in conjunction with Apple Music, titled Chris: Live From Salle Pleyel Paris. The French...

Get an unmissable bargain on the brand spanking new iPhone XS

Days after Apple announced the launch of the new iPhone XS, an incredibly tempting deal has been announced. The device is one of three new...

People can’t work out whether to pronounce the new iPhone XS as ‘INXS’ or ‘tennis’

Last night saw the launch of the new iPhone XS - but it left many people curious as to how to pronounce it. READ...

Apple no longer providing dongles with iPhones

Apple will no longer include dongles free of charge with new iPhones, according to reports. READ MORE: Who are Odesza? Meet the electronic duo featured...

Fewer Britons are illegally downloading music as streaming ‘fills vacuum’

The number of Britons illegally downloading music has fallen, a new study has found. Conducted by YouGov, the report revealed that streaming has steadied...
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