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Apple Music launch cripples Home Sharing, alters iTunes Match

07/02, 8:46am

Matched music downloaded as DRM-locked files, iOS music Home Sharing dead

The heralded Apple Music service launch has accompanied a merger of iTunes Match with Apple's new streaming service. However, possibly to appease record labels, some significant changes have been made to iTunes functionality, including the removal of Home Sharing for music on the iPhone and iPad, as well as substituting iTunes Matched songs downloaded to a device with DRM-laden versions.


Editorial: Pardon? You don't like Apple Music?

07/01, 5:52pm

Scrabbling around for reasons to diss the service

It's not compulsory to like anything, and the world would be a dull place if everybody thought the same way. Plus, there are criticisms you can make of Apple Music's launch, its various limitations, and how iTunes 12 is still complex, some of which we delved into earlier today. Only Apple Music is getting a bad press primarily for being good, and for doing what you'd expect a streaming music service to do. It has honestly been criticized for being fun. Damn those Apple people, how dare they make something fun? Don't they know music is serious?


Exclusive: Apple App Store's Chris Bledsoe talks failure

07/01, 5:21pm

Technology veteran on learning from mistakes

Chris Bledsoe was on the team at Apple that launched the App Store. On The Successful Failure podcast, the Apple executive has given a rare interview about failure, success, and what you can learn from each. While little actual concrete data was given about Apple's internal makeup, Bledsoe discusses the general culture around the launch, as well as provides some insights on the pressures that new product launches are under.


Hands On: iTunes 12.2.0 (OS X)

07/01, 4:07pm

Our music library just got a whole lot bigger

It's been called over-complicated, it's been called confusing, but it's also been called the place where you keep all your music by nearly everyone in the civilized world. That last has now changed: it's the place you get to almost all the music ever created in the history of the world, and then some. Okay, maybe no,t but we had -- hang on, let's check -- 9,692 songs yesterday and today we have (counts on fingers) 30,000,000, give or take the Beatles. The new iTunes 12.2 for Mac brings some minor changes, and one massive one with the introduction of Apple Music to OS X.


App Update: CopyQueue, ClamXav, Bloom, more

07/01, 1:47pm

App Update for Jul 1, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to CopyQueue, ClamXav, Bloom, LibreOffice, Microsoft OneNote, and Posternio.


Leak in iTunes 12.2 shows Apple will update iPod lineup

07/01, 12:56pm

Shuffle, Nano, Touch to continue, but no obvious visible changes seen

An image buried inside the resources of iTunes 12.2 offers a surprising revelation to iPod fans: Apple's iPod lineup, which has seen diminishing sales for years, will get another -- though possibly final -- hurrah, with new color options and likely upgraded processors and storage. All three of the company's current iPod models -- the wearable Shuffle, the diminutive Nano, and the full-sized "iPhone with no phone," the iPod touch -- will see new colors, including strong shades of blue and pink, as well as the now-expected gold option.


Internet users listen to Beats 1 stream without iOS, iTunes

07/01, 9:30am

Open Beats 1 streams discovered, work on Android devices

Android users do not have to wait until the Apple Music app heads to the platform in the fall before being able to listen to the Beats 1 station, some users have discovered. A number of unprotected live streams have been uncovered, allowing anyone with a suitable client to be able to listen to the stream uninterrupted, even on operating systems not yet supported by the service.


Analysis: Apple Music and Beats One

07/01, 12:06am

The MacNN staff look at today's massive litany of releases by Apple

It's that time again -- Apple has hit us all with a flood of releases, and leading the pack are Apple Music and Beats One. Join Managing Editor Mike, MacNN Editor Charles, and writer William for a discussion of all the hits, misses, and we discuss if we should keep the wheel in the sky turning for what's on tap, or if Apple's new offering is little more than a rainbow in the dark.


Briefly: QuickTime Windows update, Apple Q3 call announced

06/30, 9:30pm

First QuickTime update in nearly three months focuses on security

In addition to an avalanche of updates ranging from major to security-patches-only, Apple has released QuickTime 7.7.7 for Windows, the first update to the multimedia technology since early April. The update fixes a clutch of security issues with the QT Media Foundation, which could allow a maliciously-crafted file to lead to an unexpected application termination or arbitrary code execution. The root cause of the issue, multiple memory corruption issues, were addressed through improved memory handling.


Apple updates Garageband, iBooks Author, iMovie

06/30, 6:23pm

Garageband hits version 10.1 adds drummers, new loops, more

Apple continued with its cascade of updates on Tuesday with updates to iBooks Author (now at version 2.3) and Garageband (version 10.1), alongside an earlier update for iMovie (updated to v10.0.9). The Garageband update is the most significant of the three, bringing a wealth of new drummers, drum kits, and synthesizer patches, mostly focused on electronic dance music (EDM) and Hip Hop.


Apple finally launches iTunes 12.2, capping day of software updates

06/30, 6:20pm

Update brings Apple Music, fixes to the venerable music player

Breaking: As predicted, Apple has just made iTunes 12.2 available for OS X users, as of 6PM ET. While not yet available through the iTunes update menu, the package can be seen and downloaded through the App Store's update tab. The software, which was expected earlier today to coincide with the launch of Beats 1 and Apple's paid music services, brings a revamped set of free and paid services to the music-management program, replacing iTunes Radio and making other minor interface changes to align with the iOS release.


Mac users seeing request to upgrade to unreleased iTunes 12.2 [u]

06/30, 4:53pm

Lack of update preventing Apple Music from arriving on Macs

[Update: iTunes 12.2 now released at 6PM ET] While iOS users are experiencing changes related to Apple Music, Mac users are also seeing things fall into place, but at a far slower pace. Before Mac users will be able to use Apple Music and listen to Beats 1, they will have to upgrade iTunes from the current version 12.1.2 to version 12.2 -- an update which is currently unavailable to download by users, and is conspicuous by its absence on a day when Apple has overloaded it servers with a plethora of major, minor, and security updates.


Forums: iMac only boots to safe mode, login issues and more

06/30, 4:33pm

iMac only boots to safe mode, login issues and more

This week in the MacNN Forums, members assist Posting Junkie "sek929" with trying to get to the bottom of a problem he is having with an iMac that will only boot into safe mode. Today "ibook_steve" had some questions about logging into Apple Discussions and turned to the forums for answers.


Apple deals: iPads and iPods

06/30, 4:28pm

iPads and iPods

Right now at Apple's online store, find great bargains on refurbished iPads and iPods. The refurbished 5th generation iPod touch with 16GB of storage can be had for only $149 after a $30 discount, while $159 will get a 4th gen. 32GB Touch. Priced at $199 is the refurbished 5th generation 32GB iPod touch in blue, pink or space gray. Also available is the 5th gen. 64GB Touch in yellow or space gray for $239.


Apple updates Safari, releases first 9.0 beta, offers EFI security fix

06/30, 3:02pm

Next version of Safari, coming in 10.11, will offer new features

Among a storm of major updates, Apple has also issues updated versions of Safari for the three versions of OS X currently supported: Mountain Lion (10.8), Mavericks (10.9), and Yosemite (10.10). In addition to the updated Safari versions (6.2.7, 7.1.7, and 8.0.7 respectively), the company also issued the first developer beta of the forthcoming Safari 9.0, which will accompany the release of OS X 10.11 this fall, and a pair of EFI updates.


App Update: Pro Media Tools, Angband, Macgo Blu-ray Player, more

06/30, 1:28pm

App Update for June 30

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to Pro Media Tools, Angband, Macgo Blu-ray Player, MKV2M4V, UninstallPKG, Pixave, and iMovie.


Users reporting iTunes Match issues as Apple Music launches

06/30, 1:08pm

Virtual music storage locker hit with problems; workaround revealed

The launch on Tuesday of Apple Music appears to be wreaking havoc with existing users of iTunes Match, the company's virtual music cloud storage service. Reports beginning yesterday and worsening today indicate that users who have not or are unable to currently update their iOS version to the just-released 8.4, as well as Apple TV users, are seeing issues including duplicate entries for artists and playlists, inaccurate album art, and a general inability to download or stream songs.


Apple updates OS X to 10.10.4; includes networking, Mail, Photos fixes

06/30, 11:16am

New update excises troublesome DiscoveryD service, much more

Updated with Trimforce inclusion in new version. In an update flurry this morning, Apple has also debuted OS X 10.10.4. In addition to Apple's general fixes included in every update, the revision includes the excision of DiscoveryD and replacement with its former technology, mDNSResponder, for improved networking reliability, a fix to an external monitor issue, and a rectification of a JavaScript exploit in Safari.


Apple Music, iOS 8.4 update are on the air; servers hammered [u]

06/30, 10:48am

Beats One streaming radio live, alongside Apple's new music service

[Updated with correction, lightening of server load in US] As expected, Apple has launched iOS 8.4, with an accompanying OS X 10.10.4 update. Alongside the software release, Apple has also fired up the Apple Music service and Beats One. Apple Music provides access to some 30 million tracks in the iTunes catalog, both for streaming and offline listenings. Music curation includes recommendations for songs and albums from experts, with playlists for various activities and song genres.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 21: Writing your app in (Taylor) Swift

06/29, 7:55pm

The downward spiral of the music business, a 5K iMac giveaway, and more

Episode 21 of The MacNN Podcast is now available! Join us for a very speedy hour as we talk about a great new contest where you can win a 5K Retina 27-inch iMac, the licensing kerfuffle with Apple Music that features a happy ending, more troubles for MacKeeper, the plaudits and perils of e-publishing, the trauma of having to send in a Mac for repair, and our picks for App(s) of the Week! Show notes after the jump.


App Update: Ableton Live, Cute DJ, Freeway Pro, more

06/29, 2:21pm

App Update for June 29

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to Ableton Live, Freeway Pro, Mac App Blocker, CuteDJ, Skip Tunes, and Typinator.


Apple to release iOS 8.4 tomorrow, upgrade iTunes Match in fall

06/29, 1:14pm

Virtual locker included with paid Apple Music, to expand to 100,000 songs

Through confirmations, now-deleted posts, and a series of tweets, Apple has revealed that iOS 8.4 will be released tomorrow, June 30, at 8AM PT (11AM ET), and SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue has clarified how iTunes Match and the paid Apple Music subscription service will work together. In addition, Senior Director of Apple Music (and former Beats CEO) Ian C. Rogers revealed that with the arrival of iOS 9, the cloud music locker both services share will expand to hold 100,000 or more songs.


Hands On: iOS 9 Preview for iPad Air 2

06/29, 6:29am

New multitasking features inject new life into iPad

Although there have been some clues that Apple has been planning to introduce split-screen multitasking on the iPad, it was still something of a surprise to see the feature finally debut at WWDC. The feature will make its debut in iOS 9, which is due to officially land sometime in the fall, likely around the time we see the next generation of iPhones and iPads. Similar functionality can be found in Windows tablets and some Android tablets, so what is it like on the iPad Air 2?


Editorial: Mainstream press clickbait critical, Apple press annoyed

06/28, 1:28pm

Or, 'Does CNBC have a leg to stand on, regarding Apple Watch sales?'

In the UK, it's known as Betteridge's law of journalism: a headline that is a question can always be answered by the reader by the word 'no' regardless of editorial intent. Is Elvis really alive? No. Could this one simple technique make you a millionaire overnight? Take a wild guess. While you're at it, apply your guess to CNBC's article that's been headlined: "Is interest in the Apple Watch dissipating?"


MacNN's Week That Was: June 21 through June 28

06/28, 11:47am

Firing up a new column, celebrating the week in tech news

We hope your Sunday is going well so far. Today launches our new column about the stories that entertained us, informed us, or just plain tickled us. We're not just highlighting our own writing -- anything that we've discussed behind the scenes here at MacNN is fair game. Read on for thoughts on the events of the week in the tech world including more bad news for MacKeeper, a shotgun assault on a drone, and a major upgrade to a 2009 Mac Pro.


Viral Beats Solo 2 headphone teardown likely not of genuine product

06/27, 12:20pm

No response as of yet from breakdown engineer regarding claims

A recent critical teardown of Beats headphones claimed to shed some light on the "generic" nature of Beats headphones, including extra metal being inserted into the set to give the appearance of more quality than actually exists. However, a recent post mortem of the teardown sheds some doubt on the source of the original headphones, claiming that the set that was actually torn down was a Chinese knockoff of the popular audio brand.


App Update: CrossOver, BirdFont, FotoMagico, more

06/26, 2:21pm

App Update for June 26

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones here, in the relaunch of our App Update column. Today, we look at revisions to CrossOver, BirdFont, FotoMagico, AdwareMedic, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum, and WebDrive.


Apple Watch to expand to three new countries July 17

06/26, 12:44pm

Ordering now live in second-wave countries, stock appearing in US stores

Even as stock of the Apple Watch in first-wave countries like the US remains relatively constrained, Apple continued its expansion of the product by opening online ordering for the Apple Watch in nine new countries today, and announcing a further three would be able to begin selling the Watch on July 17. In addition to new ordering pages went live for Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan, Apple said that the next round of debuts would start in mid-July with The Netherlands, Sweden, and Thailand.


Forums: monitor troubles, save preferences and more

06/26, 9:43am

monitor troubles, save preferences and more

This week in the MacNN forums, members discuss topics including monitor troubles and save preferences. One Fresh-Faced Recruit has turned to the forums this week expressing frustration with an external monitor that keeps displaying a "No Signal" message, and so far a solution has yet to be found. Mac Elite "rotuts" is trying to figure out how to save files to folders other than the default "documents" folder.


Apple deals: up to 26 percent off MacBook Pros

06/26, 9:42am

up to 26 percent off MacBook Pros

Today at Apple's online store, save up to $340 off on refurbished MacBook Pros. Starting at $829 is the refurbished 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with a 2.5GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 500GB hard drive which has been reduced by $270. A 26 percent price break drops the cost on the refurbished 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with a 2.4GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of flash storage down to $879.


Briefly: Maps Flyover adds cities, Apple Pay UK faces limits

06/26, 9:34am

Apple Maps adds seven new cities to Flyover feature

Earlier this week, Apple expanded the Flyover feature of its Apple Maps service by adding six international and one North American city to the visual-overview feature, which combines aerial photography with computer-generated graphic enhancements to create 3D views of various locations. The new cities have been added to both the iOS and OS X version of Maps.


Apple notes Pride Week with iOS LGBT apps, movies, more

06/26, 7:10am

Second year of recognition brings spotlight on LGBT-themed media

A day after New York City's Stonewall Inn received official landmark status, Apple debuted a curated collection of apps and media in its iOS App Store celebrating the advances the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community has made in recent years, as well as commemorating the 1969 riots at Stonewall that kicked off the modern pride movement. The company has a long history of publicly recognizing gay employees, stretching back to 1986.


Hands On: iTunes U 3.0 (iOS)

06/25, 4:12pm

Great resource adds collaboration and marking

You know that MacNN likes to go the extra mile and stress-test, even pummel every application that gets a Hands On review. It's not enough to tell us a list of features, we want to see that those features do what they say they will. It's partly diligence, partly that we've been fooled by Windows software before. Apple today updated its iTunes U educational service and iOS to version 3.0, and made some notable changes -- and this obviously requires that we join a university that uses the software so that we can fully partake of the semester-long new features.


Taylor Swift licenses '1989' album to Apple Music

06/25, 12:56pm

Makes album exclusive, 'first time it has felt right' for streaming

Pop star Taylor Swift has relented in her mini-dispute with Apple over licensing fees (which will now be paid during the three-month free trial of the subscription Apple Music service) and is offering her hit album 1989 for streaming for the first time, in an exclusive for the forthcoming service, which launches June 30. In a series of tweets, Swift announced that it was simply "the first time it's felt right in my gut" to offer the album for streaming.


Apple retracts App Store games with Confederate flag imagery [u]

06/25, 11:31am

Games bear the brunt of the decision, but some educational titles purged

[Updated with comment from Apple] Apple has passively addressed the Confederate flag ban issue on the iOS and Mac App Stores, and has removed nearly every entertainment title with it in the application's iconography or preview graphics. This removal is partially extending to historical and contextual use of the flag, and is including some educational titles showing the controversial flag as well.


Beats 1 billboard debuts in Times Square ahead of debut

06/25, 11:08am

New always-on radio station will be free, debuts June 30

As the countdown progresses towards the launch of iOS 8.4 and the arrival of new features and services for Apple's Music app, the company has invested in a billboard to promote one of the principle free new features: the Beats 1 radio station, which will be free of charge to all users of iTunes. A new, gigantic billboard for the service is now live in Time Square in New York City, host Zane Lowe tweeted.


Living without the iMac

06/25, 11:00am

What happens when Apple recalls your Mac

If you've got a 27-inch iMac that you bought between December of 2012 and September of 2013, go check out whether Apple wants it back. As MacNN reported, Apple has a new replacement program running to fix hard drive problems in some unspecified number of those machines. Do it now: it doesn't matter if your warranty or AppleCare is finished but you must do it now because the program will not last. You'll need your Mac's serial number and you'll need to head to this Apple support page. We did –– and right now, our precious iMac is off on a courier's van.


Streaming fees for rights holders during free trial period revealed

06/25, 7:54am

Apple will pay rates comparable to Beats Music for free trial period

The New York Times reports that while Apple has opted to pay rights holders for music used during the company's extended three-month free trial of its subscription streaming service -- bucking standard industry practice -- the rate is smaller than the revenue-based percentage song owners will get once listeners subscribe to the service, which will cost $10 per month or $15 per month for a "family" membership that allows up to six individual accounts.


Briefly: Apple labels vans, promotes Jackson, bans app snooping

06/24, 4:01pm

Apple now labelling ground-truth vans, promoting Apple Maps

Having initially triggered a way of often-silly speculation about driverless, solar-powered cars when its vans first appeared, Apple is now clearly labelling its ground-truth GPS data collection vans as being for use with Apple Maps, and promoting the service with a sign seen on vans now patrolling Seattle. The company recently confirmed that the vans were collecting real-world location data that will be "used to improve Apple Maps."


Apple now signing deals with indie labels, others

06/24, 3:17pm

Pressure mostly came from labels and community, not artists

Contrary to what media reports would have you believe, Apple's recent reversal on the previous (and industry-standard) policy not to pay rights holders during the 90-day free trial period was a case of the company responding more to concerns from indie labels and its own user community rather than any band-wagoning open letters, sources tell MacNN. New reports say that Apple, having changed both that and other more minor terms in its standard contract, is now signing up independent record labels and artists at a furious pace as the June 30 debut of Apple Music looms.


Giveaway: Win an Apple iMac with Retina 5K Display worth $2,000

06/24, 9:39am

Win the iMac with Retina 5K Display with MacNN Deals

Do you want to upgrade your computing setup with a high-resolution addition, but without having to pay for it? Our very own MacNN Deals is giving you the opportunity to do just that, by winning an Apple iMac with Retina 5K display worth $2,000, complete with its signature 27-inch 5120x2880-resolution IPS screen, in an easy-to-enter competition.


Living with: Safari

06/24, 8:38am

Twelve years with Apple's browser

The great thing about these Living With articles –– and in fact the specific reason we do them –– is that we get to bring the real-world results of truly using software or hardware for a long time. As thorough as MacNN is with reviewing new releases, that's like stress-testing a relationship in its infancy compared to moving in with someone. Living with them, long term, in fact.


Apple renews exclusive rights to Liquidmetal tech to 2016

06/23, 7:41pm

Use has been limited to hinges, SIM removal tool thus far

Apple has again renewed its exclusive license -- for the third time in as many years -- for rights to use Liquidmetal Technologies' patented and unique metal alloys, despite the fact that the company has appeared to do little with the technology. The metal alloy, known for its high strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance and ability to be molded into complex or other shapes difficult to achieve with other metals, has been the object of speculation for years.


Classic Mac OS System 7.5.5 made to run on Apple Watch

06/23, 5:43pm

Wearable's system-on-chip nearly fast enough to match 1996-era Macs

Developer Nick Lee has figured out a way, with the help of the experimental Mini vMac emulator, to put the 20-year-old System 7.5.5 onto an Apple Watch, thanks to the beta of watchOS 2.0, which allows native third-party apps. Remarkably, the low-power S1 system-on-chip that Apple uses for the Watch is powerful enough to run the emulator and 1996-era system at a slow but usable speed, showing off the improvements in technology.


Apple seeks $15 million in legal fees for 'frivolous' lawsuits

06/23, 5:04pm

Non-practicing entity Unwired Planet lost series of lawsuits against Apple

According to court documents, Apple is seeking more than $15 million in legal fees and costs from Unwired Planet, a technology company that was once an industry leader but in recent years has become a "non-practicing entity," relying on lawsuits over its former patent portfolio to generate income. The company first sued Apple in 2011 over various technology aspects relating to data transferring from smartphones to computers. It didn't win any of its cases against Apple.


Apple deals: Macs from $809

06/23, 2:50pm

Macs from $809

At Apple's online store today, take advantage of low prices on refurbished Macs. Starting at $809 is the refurbished 11.6-inch MacBook Air with a 1.3GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 256GB of flash storage. A $270 discount is offered on the refurbished 13.3-inch MacBook Pro with a 2.5GHz Intel dual-core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 500GB hard drive, now $829.


Apple issues new betas of OS X 10.11, iOS 9, watchOS 2 [U]

06/23, 2:42pm

Second betas feature tweaks, but still have numerous bugs, issues

[Updated with new info on watchOS 2 beta, hidden feature in iOS 9 beta] Apple on Tuesday launched the second betas of its next major OS upgrades, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, iOS 9, and watchOS 2.0. The developer-only betas still have a long list of issues, and do not include any new features compared to the first beta, issued two weeks ago during Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. All three betas offer some fixes for issues seen in the first betas, but continue to have problem and non-functional areas.


Chevy Corvette Z06, Cruz to be first 2016 with CarPlay; others coming

06/23, 12:49pm

Buick, GMC brands will also join 14 Chevy models in GM push to adopt technology

CarPlay has been a long time coming to cars consumers can actually buy, but the infotainment and mobile app technology has finally started arriving to consumer showrooms. Though it has been promoted in forthcoming vehicles for well over a year, currently the Ferrari FF is the only vehicle at dealers now with Apple's technology baked in. This month, however, that changes -- as General Motors is now producing the Corvette Z06 and the 2016 Cruz.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 20: E3 for me, see?

06/22, 8:21pm

Apple recalls, in-depth E3 game announcement coverage, more

As you might expect from a podcast with our title, most episode tend to lean heavily on the Apple-related news of the week, though we generally make sure to spend at least a little time on other big tech stories outside Apple's sphere. To celebrate our 20th episode, and because the big event was this week, we spend the majority of our time on the E3 gaming conference and its many announcements. Fear not, regular listeners, there's still Apple news a-plenty!


Pointers: Syncing Google and Apple Calendars

06/22, 3:10pm

How and why to get them working together

Stop us if you've heard this one: we want to share our calendar with someone, but we don't want them to know precisely what we're doing. We need them to know we're a bit busy on Tuesday morning but, on balance, we'd rather they not be able to tell that it's our DUI court case. To be fair, they don't want to know either.



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