Continuing the Black Friday weekend celebrations Apple has in the last few hours dropped a collection of the iTunes Store’s most notable movies to less than £2 – in HD.
Seeing its official release through online music stores around the globe – on Friday, Adele has officially confirmed that her latest studio album, 25, which features worldwide number-one hit Hello, (the first song ever to sell over one million digital copies within a week of its release in the U.S), will not be available to stream (anywhere).
Looking to launch a brand new offering, or update your apps across iOS, Mac or Apple TV? – the window is fast closing if you want these updates to be available for users on Apple’s platforms, before the end of the year.
When John Connor, leader of the human resistance against Skynet – an all-powerful self aware intelligence that threatens to alter the way everyone lives, forever – sends Kyle Reese back to 1984 in order to protect his mother, Sarah, from a Terminator assassin … an unexpected turn of events creates an altered timeline.
Just in time for the weekend, Apple has tonight sent out a mailshot to iTunes customers outlining a store-wide sale on some of the hottest ’80s albums – right now.
Apple has long been rumoured to be working on building up its indoor maps for certain businesses and well known buildings and establishments that are listed on its mapping service, and now a new (by default, hidden) app has been discovered in the App Store which could add weight to this …
If you happened to miss Zane Lowe’s exclusive interview with Adele on Beats 1 – last week, during which the multi-platinum selling artist talks about the release of her brand new single, Hello, and upcoming album – 25, the good news is that you can now replay the segment in full on Apple Connect.
Jump the break to take a listen.