Apple iTunes 7 Video
Apple's Jeff Robin demos the company's new iTunes music app. Apple has reworked iTunes to feature a simplified user interface, iCloud integration, and a new mini player.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs sings the praises of the latest version of iTunes and announces the return of NBC shows, now in HD.
Apple's famed media player continues to reign supreme on many platforms, primarily because of the popularity of the iPod. But iTunes has a wide-range of features to satisfy any audiophile. With the latest update, iPhone users will be able to access the new iTunes App Store.
Donald and Jasmine continue the good fight of keeping the MP3 Insider and Dialed In podcasts as two separate beasts as they discuss the latest music news from MWC: that Zune features are officially coming to mobile phones at the end of the year. Also, Jasmine battles depression over the nonexistence of the perfect MP3 player, and Donald weighs the value of iTunes video versus cable as Apple teases price-cuts on TV shows. And the show wouldn't be complete without some headphone talk, specifically about the super magnificent Klipsch Image X10i. But are they worth a cool 350 smackaroos?
The 2008 update to the Apple TV adds some major new features, including movie rentals, HD video, and direct on-screen access to the iTunes Store.
This week, Donald and Jasmine discuss the latest Apple tablet rumors, which deal mainly with its lesser focus on music but practical usefulness for something like iTunes LPs and the theoretical iTunes music cloud. We also ponder the possible names for the imminent device. Plus, Slacker gives Canadians something to smile about, Jasmine does a celebratory dance for small-eared music listeners, and Image S4 durability issues make her shed tears while simultaneously garnering cheers for Klipsch customer service. Also, how about those ethical and legal issues when it comes to LP copying and "backing up"?
At the WWDC conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs explains the new iTunes cloud feature that will allow users to instantly put all their iTunes purchased music on all their Apple devices.
The big news in version 10 of iTunes is the addition of Ping, a social music feature.
At the Apple "Showtime" event in San Francisco on Sept. 12, 2006, CEO Jobs announced, as anticipated, movie downloads through iTunes. He said a full-length movie could be downloaded with a half-hour for those with speedy broadband. He also detailed prices and said new films would be on iTunes the same day as DVD releases.
At the Apple Showtime event in San Francisco on September 12, 2006, CEO Jobs announced, as anticipated, movie downloads through iTunes. He said a full-length movie could be downloaded within a half-hour for those with speedy broadband. He also detailed pr