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How to restrict access to iTunes, App Store, and iBooks

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How to re-download movies, music, and TV shows to your Mac or PC with iTunes in the Cloud

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How to re-download previously purchased apps and games on iPhone and iPad

News

iTunes 11.3 gives your movies all-new, all-streaming iTunes Extras

How to

How to re-download purchased music, movies, and TV shows with iTunes in the Cloud

How to

How to change the iTunes account on your iPhone or iPad

How to

How to enable automatic downloads for music, books, and apps with iTunes in the Cloud

Editorial

Please do this before you upgrade to iOS 7.1.2!

Happy 10th birthday British (and French and German) iTunes Store!

Apps

iTunes Store, App Store, Apple TV experiencing server problems, don't panic

How to

How to create an Apple ID on your iPhone or iPad

Apps

Apple releases iTunes 11.2.2 with a fix for unexpected downloads

X-Men: Days of Future Past is in theaters now — Here's how to catch up on iTunes!

Apps

Apple releases iTunes 11.2.1, fixes hidden /Users directory bug

Apps

iTunes 11.2 update focuses on podcast improvements

How to

iTunes Match Limit: What to do when you hit 25,000 songs

24: Live Another Day starts tonight, relive Jack Bauer's worst days on iTunes now!

Star Wars Episode VII cast announced, but I still can't watch the originals on iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV?

Record labels reportedly underwhelmed by iTunes Radio, want more change from Apple

How to

How to disable Touch ID for iTunes and App Store purchases

iTunes: A Challenger Appears

Universal

Universal unveils a new music subscription plan that involves a $5 per month subscription fee. Universal has Sony BMG and perhaps Warner on board, so that's 3 of the big 4. The notable absence is EMI, who has gone DRM-free. iPod Observer calls the plan novel, I don't think I'll be as kind. The part of their plan that's novel is that the device manufacturers pay the $5 fee instead of the customer. What inevitably will happen here is that the customer will get charged that extra $5 per month anyway... and the customers won't be able to decide for themselves when to end the subscription service. If I thought any company would pay that fee for more than a few months for 'free,' I'd be delusional. Delusional like Gartner analyst Mike McGuire:

"If the object is to wrest control of the market from Steve Jobs, this is a credible way to try it."
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