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At long last, Apple has released iTunes 11, its updated version of the popular media software. In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Josh Lowensohn discuss new features like a mini-player, album view, and integrated camera for scanning gift cards.
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.
At the WWDC conference in San Francisco, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveils iTunes Match, part of the company's new iCloud service. For a $24.99 annual fee, users can use iTunes Match to scan their music library for non-iTunes purchased songs. Apple then provides a DRM-free file of those songs for access from iCloud.
Do you dare to download music and video from sources other than iTunes? CNET's Donald Bell shows off a new feature in iTunes 9 that lets you add media downloads to your iTunes library with a minimum of hassle.
iTunes makes it easy to find out which songs in your music library appear more than once. Listen to what Veronica has to say, and you'll be one step closer to clearing out room on your iPod.
If you want the benefits of iTunes in the Cloud with the music you havent purchased from Apple, we'll show you everything you need to know with Apple's $24.99 iTune Match music service.
iTunes Match is Apple's service for $24.99 a year. It matches your own personal music collection with the the same tracks on iTunes and then uploads your remaining songs that can't be matched to iCloud, and allows you to listen to your entire collection anytime on your iOS devices.
Learn how to gather up all the ignored songs from the darkest corners of your iTunes music library.
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"?