Apple Guide Podcast https://appleguideweb.com/blog/ Have you ever struggled with setting up your new Mac or wonder how to run Windows on your Mac? Or maybe you have an iPhone that you would like to know how to take great photos and edit them all from your handheld device. That where Apple Guide comes in. Here at Apple Guide, we try to focus on the average user and not so much the pro user. We offer videos and step by step written directions with pictures to help every user so they can be able to use their Apple products to their fullest extent. We will also go further in-depth to explain things for a better understanding and less confusion. We hope that you have a wonderful experience here. By reading an article a day you will be able to expand your knowledge of the device that you may use every day. Sat, 30 May 2020 14:29:00 +0000 en hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.1 Apple Guide clean serial Apple Guide ralphshepherd@icloud.com ralphshepherd@icloud.com (Apple Guide) Ralph Shepherd The ability of an app to use your location helps the app provide data that is relevant for where you are is powerful but also poses a security risk. Here's what iOS 13 is doing to protect you. Apple Guide Podcast https://appleguideweb.com/wp-content/uploads/Logo/AppleGuide-w-icons-podcast4.png https://appleguideweb.com/blog/ TV-G What is a Browser: The Key to Accessing the Internet https://appleguideweb.com/what-is-a-browser-the-key-to-accessing-the-internet/ Sat, 30 May 2020 12:00:00 +0000 https://appleguideweb.com/?p=655957 In 2020 the world runs off of the internet. You probably don't realize it but you use this software probably every day. So what is a browser? How does this app that you use everyday work? In 2020 the world runs off of the internet. You probably don't realize it but you use this software probably every day. So what is a browser? How does this app that you use everyday work? Apple Guide What is a Browser: The Key to Accessing the Internet clean 2:35 Who Can See Your Location in iOS 13 https://appleguideweb.com/who-can-see-your-location-in-ios-13/ Fri, 04 Oct 2019 12:00:35 +0000 https://appleguideweb.com/?p=600944 The ability of an app to use your location helps the app provide data that is relevant for where you are is powerful but also poses a security risk. Here's what iOS 13 is doing to protect you. The ability of an app to use your location helps the app provide data that is relevant for where you are is powerful but also poses a security risk. Here's what iOS 13 is doing to protect you. Apple Guide Who Can See Your Location in iOS 13 2:38 Reminders in iOS 13 https://appleguideweb.com/reminders-in-ios-13/ Fri, 23 Aug 2019 12:00:34 +0000 https://appleguideweb.com/?p=483581 With iOS 13 comes a complete overhaul of Apple's Reminders app for creating To-Do lists. The new update makes the app so elegant and simple to use. Read and find out for yourself! With iOS 13 comes a complete overhaul of Apple's Reminders app for creating To-Do lists. The new update makes the app so elegant and simple to use. Read and find out for yourself! Apple Guide Reminders in iOS 13 4:35 iOS 13: Best New Features https://appleguideweb.com/ios13/ Fri, 21 Jun 2019 12:00:23 +0000 https://appleguideweb.com/?p=256357 At Apple's WWDC Apple announced iOS 13 the latest update to their mobile operating system that runs on iPhone and iPod Touch that will be released in the fall. Here's a list of the most notable features. At Apple's WWDC Apple announced iOS 13 the latest update to their mobile operating system that runs on iPhone and iPod Touch that will be released in the fall. Here's a list of the most notable features. Apple Guide iOS 13: Best New Features iTunes: No More https://appleguideweb.com/itunesnomore/ Fri, 14 Jun 2019 12:00:58 +0000 https://appleguideweb.com/?p=253146 When you update your mac macOS Catalina this fall you will notice an app missing from your dock, iTunes. Here is how we go to this point and what comes next. When you update your mac macOS Catalina this fall you will notice an app missing from your dock, iTunes. Here is how we go to this point and what comes next. When you update your Mac this fall to macOS Catalina (10.14) you will find an app from missing from your dock, iTunes.




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This past week at Apple's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) Apple previewed some updates that will be coming this fall to an iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, and Mac near you.



The removal of iTunes has been a long time coming. So here is a brief history of how iTunes when from revolutionizing the music industry to adware.



The story starts in the 90s. Personal computers and home internet are on the rise. The Walkman was becoming a thing of the past, being replaced by mp3 players. Suddenly the digital age of music was here!



At this point, the record labels were not offering their music for online downloads. Instead, people turned to illegal sites, like Napster, for music. Along came Apple with Steve Jobs back at the helm. Seeing the issue with the music industry he jumped into action. In 2001 Jobs unveiled two new products. At the beginning of the year, he unveiled the device that could put "1,000 songs in your pocket", the iPod. It was a revolutionary device that became the standard for mp3 players for the future to come. By the end of the year, Apple released the iTunes, a place to manage your music both on your Mac and iPod.







Since then iTunes has exploded in features. The app has gained support for streaming podcasts, buying and watching tv-shows and movies, buying and listening to audiobooks and music, as well as subscribing to Apple Music. On top of being a place to manage and sync your iTunes content to an iPod.



Meanwhile on iOS, as Apple offered each new service they created an individual app. Music in the Music app, podcasts in the Podcast app, and audiobooks in Apple Books.



Unlike on iOS with all its services spread out, iTunes on the desktop tried to do it all. Because of this iTunes has become a struggle to use. It's no longer as intuitive and simple as it once was as it is now juggling 100s of different features and services. It was no longer a simple music app, but now bloatware.







Apple announced at WWDC that they will be discontinuing the standalone iTunes app in favor of 3 new apps: Music, TV, and Podcast. It appears that Apple will be using the same interface as found on the iPad. In the Music app, you can listen to music purchased from iTunes and CDs or Apple Music if you are a subscriber, manage, and buy music. Podcasts are for all your podcast needs. Finally, the TV app is where you can find, buy, and stream movies and tv shows. For the most part, each of these apps will look and work exactly like their iPad counterparts.



As for other previous iTunes features: audiobooks can be purchased and listen to in the Apple Books app. If you sync your iPhone or iPad to iTunes you will find your device on the sidebar of a Finder window as an external device. Clicking on your device will give you the same options that used to be in iTunes.



It's sad to say goodbye to the Music app that brought music into the digital age in 2001 to the clunky app that it has become today. Now its time to wait and see if these new apps will be able to fill the void created by iTunes.



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