It’ll be replaced by a trio of apps.
RIP iTunes (2001-2019).
Another new track from her upcoming album.
It comes mere weeks after her license was reportedly suspended.
It sounds impossible, but a US rapper by the name of Prince Harvey has spent four months recording his new album in an Apple Store after his own computer crashed and died. As The Daily Beast reports, Prince Harvey recorded his album — which is titled PHATASS, standing for “Prince Harvey at the Apple Store:
Technology giant Apple has reversed its plan to not pay royalties to rights holder during the free three-month trial period of its new music streaming service, and has agreed to pay all artists royalties when Apple Music customers are trying out the service for free. In a series of tweets today, Apple’s senior vice president
Since announcing its music streaming service Apple Music last week, technology giant Apple has struggled to convince independent labels of the need for the service’s free three-month trial period, which will see no royalties paid to rights holders during those three months. Now, the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) has criticised Apple for expecting
Kanye West is reportedly in talks with technology giant Apple, who are supposedly hoping to secure an exclusive release from the rapper for their new music streaming service, which is expected to be unveiled at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference in a matter of hours. According to Buzzfeed, Beats Music co-founder Jimmy Iovine, who became
Dr. Dre once rapped “I bring the fire,” on his track Still D.R.E., and, as he turns out, he wasn’t kidding now that Apple have announced a worldwide voluntary recall of Beats Pill XL, because they’re a potential fire-hazard. Following reports of overheating speakers Apple issued a statement saying, “Apple has determined that, in rare
Tastemaking BBC radio host and DJ Zane Lowe has been recruited by technology giant Apple, to reportedly work on the company’s iTunes Radio music streaming service. The New Zealand-born Lowe will leave the BBC next month. According to The Guardian, Lowe’s time at Apple will involve working on iTunes Radio, which is still only available
U2 frontman Bono has said sorry to fans and admitted the Irish rock band “might have gotten carried away” when striking a deal with Apple to give away their new album, Songs of Innocence, to 500 million iTunes users without their knowledge. Bono’s words of recompense came during a fan Q&A interview video, posted on
U2’s recent decision to push their new album, Songs of Innocence, to every single iTunes user might seem like a harmless — if somewhat lazy — publicity stunt, but it has had some very real consequences according to the UK’s Entertainment Retailers Association chairman Paul Quirk. In comments posted on ERA’s official site, Quirk claims
While Dr Dre has already declared himself “the first billionaire in hip-hop” — which as Music Feeds reported yesterday, may not be entirely accurate — with a reported deal between Apple and Dre’s Beats Electronics not yet officially announced, could Dre’s braggadocio complicate the purchase? To answer the question of whether Dre’s, admittedly vague, statement
Despite claiming that he would shortly be the first billionaire in hip-hop, Dr Dre won’t reach that milestone even if yesterday’s reports that technology giant Apple are in talks to acquire Beats Electronics for USD$3.2 billion are true. Forbes Assistant Managing Editor for Wealth has told TMZ that once all the math is done, and
Apple is reportedly in talks to acquire Beats Electronics, the high-end audio products and equipment retailer co-founded by hip-hop mogul Dr Dre, in a deal worth $3.2 billion. The acquisition would be the company’s largest ever. According to a Financial Times report, the deal could be announced as early as next week, although some details
Apple have announced they’ll be jumping into the streaming market later this year, releasing iTunes Radio, a free streaming service that will pick music based on the tunes you already play and download, with the service becoming more and more personalised the more you use it. iTunes Radio will compete with existing streaming music operators