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Apple dismantling iTunes on Mac

iTunes Might Finally be Broken into Standalone Music, Podcasts, and TV Apps

Big news, guys! Apple’s lumbering behemoth that is iTunes may finally be approaching death door. In the wake of some sleuthing, the 9to5Mac’s Steve Troughton-Smith discovered something very interesting. According to his ‘research’, the next version of macOS (10.15), would launch with separate music and podcasts app along with a redesigned TV app.  Meaning, Apple will take an ax to the iconic iTunes App and chop it in little pieces. *Evil laugh*

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Future of Apple

With iPhone Sales Dwindling, What’s the Next Big Thing for Apple?

From the very beginning, Apple has maintained an air of exclusivity, luxury, and indifference. Reflecting the aura of its charismatic founder Steve Jobs, Apple has charmed many with its imagination, design, and innovation. So great is the charisma of the brand that it’s not just loved by its customers; it’s adored, worshipped, and fan boy-ed!

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iTunes

How to Get Rid of Duplicate Songs in Your iTunes Library

iTunes is an incredible music manager, and it has become much faster, cleaner, and even more interesting to use in the recent years. But if you have a massive iTunes library which has been existing for over a decade, it’s bound to have a few duplicates. And while you are listening to your library, the duplicates often keep on repeating, which can get quite bothersome. Read more

Apple iOS 11.3

Apple iOS 11.3 with New Features Gets Closer to Public Release

Apple just released the third beta for iOS 11.3, which comes exactly two weeks after the release of iOS 11.3 beta 2 that brought battery health data and performance-throttling controls. The iOS 11.3 beta 2 brought some much-needed power management to the battery settings in iOS 11.3. It enables the user to observe the overall battery health of their iPhone, and suggests if your unit needs to be serviced. It also notifies if your battery is stimulating a chip slowdown, and can choose to turn that feature off. By default, iOS 11.3 disables performance management on the iPhone, and the feature is only re-enabled once a device experiences an unexpected shutdown. Read more

HomePod

Introducing the Apple HomePod

Apple has gifted us some of the most technically advanced and coveted gadgets over the years.  iPhones, iPads, MacBooks and smartwatches have been ruling the tech markets of the 21st century. The year 2018 is lucky to witness the first ever smart speaker- The HomePod -from the house of Apple. The smart speaker can easily adapt to whatever is being played. It juxtaposes Apple Music and Siri to give a revolutionary music experience. Read more