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Posted by on Nov 30, 2011 in apple, iOS 5, tech news | 0 comments

Apple Removes iTether

Apple pulls the 2nd app on iTunes in a week. Apple pulled the game subscription Play Instantly app on the 24th, today it pulled iTether.

The iTether app went live on Monday for $14.99 on iTune.  The iTether app was removed from iTunes. Tether the app creator said that they received a call from Apple and was told that the app placed too much of a burden on the service provider network and that the app would be pulled. To more from Tether blog Click Here.

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Posted by on Jun 6, 2011 in apple, music, tech news | 0 comments

Apple Launch iCloud

Steve Jobs introduced iCloud at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in front of 5200 attendees  today. The Lion and iOS5 were also introduced.

iCloud will let users sync calendar, contact, email, music and more. Unlike Amazon Cloud Drive, iTunes music can also be sync between 10 devices simultaneously using the app iTunes in the Cloud.

iCloud works best with music bought from iTunes. If music is purchased from other sources; Apple will let you download the iTunes version if there is one for $24.99 a year with a 20,000 song limit.

To view WWDC Click Here

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Posted by on Jan 15, 2011 in apple, music, tech news | 0 comments

App Store Approaching 10 Billion Downloads

Apple will show it’s appreciation to the person who downloads the 10 Billion download.  Apple website states the following, “As of today, nearly 10 billion apps have been downloaded from the App Store worldwide. Which is almost as amazing as the apps themselves. So we want to say thanks. Download the 10 billionth app, and you could win a US $10,000 iTunes Gift Card. Just visit the App Store, and download what could be your best app yet.

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Posted by on Dec 9, 2010 in apple, music, tech news | 0 comments

iTunes 90 Second Preview

Apple launched 90 second song preview on iTunes in the U.S. iTunes store.  The U.K. iTune store will continue the 30 second iTunes preview.

The 90 second preview will affect songs longer than 2 minutes and 30 seconds; shorter songs will continue at 30 seconds.

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