With your Apple Music subscription, you have access to thousands of high-quality music videos, ad-free, on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. You can browse through videos from your favorite artists, or sit back and relax while watching curated video playlists from Apple's dedicated music team. Not yet an Apple Music subscriber? Check out our guide to all-things Apple Music. Apple Music: Everything you need to know! Here's how to watch music videos in Apple Music on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV How to browse for music videos in Apple Music You can browse through Apple Music's Music Video page for something fun to watch, including curated video playlists for your favorite genres and decades. Launch Apple Music on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV. Click on Browse. Click on Music Videos. On iPhone and iPad, it's just under Playlist. On Mac and Apple TV, it's at the top next to Playlist. You can scroll through new and featured music videos, playlists, and more. Find something … [Read more...] about How to watch music videos in Apple Music
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Editorial By Daniel Eran Dilger Monday, July 02, 2018, 06:21 am PT (09:21 am ET) Many industry pundits have fixated on how Macs are going to somehow merge with iOS, or seem to be confused about whether Apple wants PC buyers to upgrade to a Mac or an iPad. Some suggest the answer is a cheap Mac or macOS netbook. But as Apple's new macOS Mojave makes clear: they're wrong, here's why.In 2002, Apple was highlighting the PC horror stories of regular people (like Ellen Feiss) in Switchers Just over fifteen years ago in 2002, Apple shifted from "Think Different" ads associating its products with respected thinkers to "Switchers," a new campaign that played up how terrible PCs were in the words of regular people. Steve Jobs sought to sell Windows PC users a "BYOKDM" drop in replacement: the Mac mini (and Xserve). A few years later, Apple's "I'm a Mac" campaign similarly invited PC users to switch and enjoy working where things were so much easier. However, Apple hasn't been actively … [Read more...] about Apple’s new macOS Mojave optimizes the Mac for iOS users, not PC switchers
Editorial By Daniel Eran Dilger Sunday, May 06, 2018, 12:58 pm PT (03:58 pm ET) Twenty years ago today Steve Jobs introduced iMac, an ambitious new Mac aimed specifically at easy Internet access. It not only redefined the design and styling of tech products but charted a strategic course that would take Apple from being a minority PC maker to the world's most valuable tech company. Most importantly, iMac had an impact because it courageously made bold decisions that conventional thinking assumed to be wrong.Back on Track with iMac Just ten months prior to the iMac introduction (at the May 1998 event the company named "Back on Track"), Jobs and his hand-selected management team had taken over control of Apple and killed a series of projects and products to focus the company on two simple product lines: the 1997 white desktop Power Mac and a curvey black notebook PowerBook, both powered by a G3 processor. iMac was a unique opportunity for Apple to show off its core competency in … [Read more...] about 20 Years of iMac: Steve Jobs iconic internet machine that courageously reinvented Apple
The setup process for the Apple TV is pretty user friendly but that doesn’t mean a walk through and some helpful configuration tips aren’t in order. Whether you’re setting yours up right now or considering purchasing one, follow along to see how the process works. Note: This tutorial applies to the 2015 4th-generation Apple TV hardware update and the subsequent updates running tvOS. The Initial Setup Process The basic setup process for the Apple TV, assuming you don’t have any hiccups along the way like you have no idea what your Wi-FI password is or you find you’re running out of HDMI ports on your TV, is pretty straight forward and has that classic Apple simplicity going on. Hooking Up to Your HDTV and Home Network The first order of business is simply hooking the device up. Let’s take a look at the back and highlight what the (very few) ports are used for. Behind the monolithic black Apple TV box you’ll fine four ports. One power port, one … [Read more...] about How to Set Up and Configure Your Apple TV
Apple exec Eddy Cue took the stage at SXSW in Austin on Monday to talk about Apple’s latest moves into content. The biggest news of the day is that Apple has agreed to purchase the all-you-can-read magazine subscription app Texture. Cue also talked about Apple’s plans for TV shows and answered questions about purchasing Netflix. Subscriptions are the hot market that everybody wants to dominate these days. We have subscriptions services for TV, music, movie theaters, meal plans, and more. But Texture, an app that offers unlimited access to issues of 200 major magazines for $10 per month, hasn’t really set the world on fire since its initial launch in 2015. Apple seems to think there’s some potential there and it’s agreed to take the app off of Next Issue Media’s hands. No price tag has been announced, but according to Recode, the consortium of publishers like Conde Nast, Hearst, News Corp and Meredith were all happy with the deal. Investment firm KKR … [Read more...] about Apple Just Bought a ‘Netflix for Magazines’ App and Whoa, What Year Is It?