Posted by Eric Slivka on Feb 28, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
The Guardian reports that Apple is currently working on a new audio format that could allow the company to offer “high definition” audio via iTunes. The format would also integrate an “adaptive streaming” component that would allow music being accessed from iCloud and iTunes Match by portable devices to be automatically adapted to fit bandwidth or storage...
Posted by Arnold Kim on Feb 25, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
The Digital Reader points to reports that Apple’s iBooks Digital Rights Management (DRM) copy protection has been cracked for the first time:
Reports are coming in today that the latest version of Requiem, an app that removes Fairplay DRM from music and videos sold via iTunes, will now also remove the DRM from iBooks ebooks.
The news is notable in that its the first time that iBooks DRM...
Posted by Eric Slivka on Feb 22, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
Yesterday, we noted that the music component of iTunes in the Cloud was rolling out to Japanese users, allowing them to freely download any music content previously purchased from the iTunes Store. But as now summarized by 9to5Mac, various reports in the Japanese media reveal that the additions have been much more extensive and have brought Apple’s Japanese iTunes Store offerings nearly on...
Posted by Eric Slivka on Feb 21, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
It has been just over a month since Apple’s last round of expansion for its iTunes Match service, but it appears that the company may be preparing to add Japan to the mix.
As noted by Macotakara, the “iTunes in the Cloud” music component has gone live in Japan, with the “Purchased” tab within the desktop iTunes Store and the iOS music application now allowing...
Posted by Jordan Golson on Feb 8, 2012 in MacRumors, Uncategorized | Comments Off
TuneCore president Jeff Price today wrote a blog post praising Apple’s iTunes Match service for creating money “out of thin air” for copyright holders. iTunes Match launched with all the major record labels on board, but some small labels refused to participate over concerns the service was legitimizing music pirates.
A person has a song on her computer hard...
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