Apple Considering Unlimited Downloads of iTunes Purchases

Isn't it irritating how you have to sync a song you've already downloaded on one device to the various other Apple devices you own? Wouldn't it be easier to be able to download the same song, for free, using iTunes? According to Bloomberg, Apple's working on cloud-based download back-ups, with a decision to be reached… » 3/04/11 7:45am 3/04/11 7:45am

You Can Rent iTunes TV Shows for $1 and Movies for $5

As expected, iTunes 10 has added to the TV show purchase model and is introducing rentals. It'll cost you a buck for an HD episode, and $5 to watch first-run movies in HD. Crucially, those movies will be available on the same day as their DVD counterparts. You'll have 30 days after you rented to watch, and 48 hours… » 9/01/10 2:07pm 9/01/10 2:07pm

Apple Offers "Complete My Album" Discount on iTunes

iTunes fans have more reason to spend money now that Apple's rolled out their new "Complete My Album" feature. The new feature gives you a full 99-cent credit for every track you've previously purchased from a specific album, so if you're gonna buy an album and you've already bought two songs off that album before,… » 3/29/07 1:32pm 3/29/07 1:32pm

The "i" in iTunes Doesn't Stand for "International"

Paul Collins has a great piece detailing the restrictions blocking users from buying tracks on iTunes across national lines. For instance, if you switch your country setting to Japan looking to score some Japan X or Gackt tracks, your US credit card tags you as "illegal," barring your entry into international digital… » 1/23/07 6:00pm 1/23/07 6:00pm