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  2. ITunes Store Gets Old - So What Will Apple Do?

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    Getty Images. It's been 11 years since Apple ( AAPL) revolutionized the digital music industry by rolling out the iTunes Music Store, but now the tune is fading out. Billboard reports that Apple ...

  3. Another Reason iTunes Radio Could Cripple Pandora

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    Daniel Sparks, The Motley Fool. October 8, 2013, 4:30 PM. iTunes Radio. Source: Apple website. Apple 's launch of iTunes Radio put the company squarely in Pandora 's playing field. But even after ...

  4. Apple can 'delete your movies' without telling you

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    Apple denies 'deleting your movies' without telling you (update) UPDATE: Apple has completely refuted that it deleted three movies from a user’s iTunes library. In a statement released to CNET ...

  5. iTunes - Wikipedia

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    t. e. iTunes ( / ˈaɪt ( j) uːnz /) [1] is a software program that acts as a media player, media library, mobile device management utility, and the client app for the iTunes Store. Developed by Apple Inc., it is used to purchase, play, download, and organize digital multimedia, on personal computers running the macOS and Windows operating ...

  6. Disney Teams With Apple Inc. to Launch Cloud-Based Digital ...

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    The press release highlights how the partnership between Disney and Apple will allow for individuals to sync their iTunes account to the Disney app, which will allow their existing Disney ...

  7. Apple's Fastest Growing Business Is Underestimated

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    According to Apple, users have downloaded more than 1 billion TV episodes and 390 million movies from iTunes to date, and they are purchasing over 800,000 TV episodes and 350,000 movies per day.

  8. Sign in with Apple - Wikipedia

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    Sign in with Apple is a single sign-on provider operated by Apple Inc., introduced on June 3, 2019 at Apple's 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in iOS 13.. It is designed to allow users to create accounts for third-party services with a minimal amount of personal information (as opposed to login services offered by social networking service platforms such as Facebook, where such ...