Jeremy Clarkson may have been booted from the world’s most-popular motoring show for bad behaviour, earlier this year, but you can still catch the trio’s last (controversial) adventure together on iTunes.
It’s hard not to talk about music when the world’s biggest company launches its own music streaming service – and as listeners around the world begin to bed in to Apple Music’s 90-day FREE trial, new details are surfacing around exactly how much input Apple has over the exclusive content it chooses to feature on the service.
Every week – Apple picks out a bunch of songs that are normally available to buy on iTunes, and makes them available to download absolutely FREE.
And every week, regular readers of RazorianFly will know that we feature that selection of temporarily FREE songs … along with exclusive short audio previews, provided courtesy of iTunes.
Apple has launched a brand new television ad campaign for its iPhone, this week.
Completing its update roster for this week, Apple yesterday seeded the third beta of OS X El Capitan (10.11) to developers – for testing.