The Netflix experience on Apple TV just got simpler. With yesterday's Apple TV 3 announcement, would-be Netflix users can now sign-up for the service directly on their Apple TV device and pay via their iTunes account.
A little over one month since launching initially in the United States, and Brazil a few days ago, iTunes Match is now available in a number of new countries, including Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and possibly unconfirmed others.
With the release of iTunes 10.5.1 earlier today, Apple's long-anticipated iTunes Match is finally here. iTunes Match is a paid-for service that gives Apple device users access to their entire music library anywhere using iCloud.
Apple’s next iteration of its mobile operating system will be deeply integrated with Twitter. Speaking at Apple’s 2011 Worldwide Developers Conference Scott Forstall, senior vice president of iOS software, announced this and other exciting new features to expect from iOS 5 this Autumn.
With negotiations successfully wrapped up between Apple and all four major record labels, attention now turns to the intricacies of Apple’s new cloud music service. According to the LA Times the service, dubbed iCloud, will initially be free to entice early adapters, but will be supported by a subscription fee after this trial period.