Category: iTunes

$60 iTunes gift card for just $48: Save 20% on future app, music, movie purchases

Today only, ebay via GiftCardmall is offering a $60 iTunes gift card for just $48 with free shipping. This deal extends a 20% discount to future app, music, movie, book purchases from Apple. Each card can be redeemed for music, movies, apps, books and more from the iTunes Store, App Store, iBook Store and all other Apple digital distribution stores. Discounted iTunes cards are a great way to save on expensive apps like Logic Pro X. You may purchase up to three cards per eBay account. Buy with confidence, GiftCardMall has a long history of gift card sales on eBay and boasts a 99.6% feedback rating from 40,612 respondents. Read the full article →

2 x $25 iTunes Gift Cards for $40: Save 20% on future purchases of Apps, Music, Movies, more

OfficeMax is offering two $25 iTunes gift cards for $40 with free shipping. Simply add two $25 iTunes cards to your shopping cart and the discount will automatically be reflected at checkout. This deal extends a 20% discount to future app, music, movie, book purchases from Apple. Each card can be redeemed for music, movies, apps, books and more from the iTunes Store, App Store, iBook Store and all other Apple digital distribution stores. Discounted iTunes cards are a great way to save on expensive apps like Logic Pro X. Deal ends 8/3.   Read the full article →

How-to: Safely delete an iCloud account from your Mac or iOS device

by SARAH GUARINO This is the first entry in our new, weekly how-to’s column. Check back every Saturday for a new how-to: First off, before we begin and actually discuss how to safely delete an iCloud account, we should discuss the different scenarios as to why you might need to delete your iCloud account off of your devices. If you are using the same Apple ID as a family member for iCloud, several different outcomes could result from this.  Odds are that your content got merged, and all of your personal information is mixed together. You are both getting frustrated that your contacts are disappearing because you each delete and re-add them and iCloud pushes the changes to both of you. You also might be getting each other’s iMessages and FaceTime calls. Or one of you is using and enjoying the features and benefits of iCloud whereas the other isn’t and is missing out on features like Backup to iCloud and Find my Device. The email address associated with the Apple Read the full article →

How-to: Change the email address associated with your Apple ID

by SARAH GUARINO This is the second article in our new Saturday how-to series (see last week’s post about safely deleting an iCloud account) It is highly recommended that you tie an active, valid email address to your Apple ID. The Apple ID is your login for Apple services such as iTunes, App Store, iMessage, and FaceTime. By actually using an active email address for your Apple ID, you will receive important emails from Apple. Additionally, iTunes will email you whenever you purchase paid content from iTunes, including iBooks and Apps. Apple will also email you if the password for your Apple ID was changed, someone tried using Find My Device, or your Apple ID was used on a brand new device. It is important to track this information in order to stop an issue if someone has hacked your account. Keeping tabs on iTunes purchase alerts could also ensure that someone is not using your account to get their content at your cost…     Some people need Read the full article →

eBay: $50 iTunes Card for ONLY $40!

Limited Time Offer - ONE DAY ONLY Mouse over image to zoom                          | Add to Watch list Seller information giftcardmall (34746 ) 99.6% Positive feedback Save this seller See other items Visit store:  GiftCardMall AdChoice Quantity:  Limited quantity available / 4,527 sold Price: US $40.00 Add to cart  Add to Watch list  Shipping: FREE Standard Shipping | See details Item location: Denver, Colorado, United States Ships to: United States See exclusions Delivery: Estimated between Tue. Jun. 4 and Mon. Jun. 10  Payments:  | See details Returns: No returns or exchanges, but item is covered by eBay Buyer Protection. Learn Read the full article →

How to fix the iTunes Store

  Macworld Staff@macworld Apr 29, 2013 12:55 PM Given its stature today, it’s sometimes easy to forget that the iTunes Store launched ten years ago with just a fairly small selection of music. In the intervening time, Apple has added TV shows, movies, podcasts, apps, ebooks, educational content, and much more. But along with those manifold expansions have come problems, too. Here are a few improvements we’d like to see to the iTunes Store as it kicks off its second decade. Try and try again In many cases, Windows Phone lets you try apps before you buy them. Apple could—gasp!—take a page from Microsoft's book. App sales have been a huge part of the iTunes Store over the past five years, but one thing that’s still annoying is the lack of demos. Demo software has been a time-honored part of the Mac community since its earliest years—it allows prospective customers try before they buy, letting them determine if the software they’re about to Read the full article →