Earlier this week we wrote about an impending update for the iTunes Festival app that was expected to require iOS 7.1 and thus would mean that iOS 7.1 would be coming soon and that's not what happened at all.
Well, the iTunes Festival app did get an update for SXSW with a refreshed design good for the iTunes Festival at SXSW (starting March 11 and running through the 15th with the likes of Coldplay, Kendrick Lamar, Capital Cities, Keith Urban, and Willie Nelson all in attendance). But it didn't get a requirement for iOS 7.1 — in fact the minimum required version is a mere iOS 7.0.
The first iTunes Festival is going to kick off in a week at SXSW in Austin and rumor has it Apple will be releasing an app for iPhone and iPad to allow users to stream the content live. According to Daring Fireball the app will require iOS 7.1, which has yet to even hit gold master status.
Apple is bringing their iTunes Festival to the South-by-South-West (SXSW) festival this year. Running five nights, from March 11 to March 15, 2014, the current lineup includes Coldplay, Imagine Dragons, Pitbull, Keith Urban, and ZEDD, with more to come.
Apple has just posted a YouTube video showing off highlights of their 2013 iTunes Festiva. It encompassed 60 artists over 30 nights, and according to Apple, these are the moments you might have missed. Give it a watch and let me know - what did you think of the show?
After months of build up, the annual Apple iTunes Festival is now underway in London. Tonight's first headline act of the month long event is Lady Gaga, and you can watch the whole set live on your iOS device, Mac, Windows PC or Apple TV!
The annual iTunes Festival is almost upon us, and in readiness Apple has pushed out an update to the official app for iPhone and iPad as well as adding the official channel to the Apple TV. Both come alongside the final headline act added to the lineup; Katy Perry on the final night of the festival.
Apple's annual iTunes Festival in London grows ever closer, and now we know who has the task of playing on the opening night; Lady Gaga. Undoubtedly one of the biggest stars in music today, Lady Gaga will take to the stage at the Camden Roundhouse on September 1, the start of a month long festival that already has the likes of Elton John, Kings of Leon and Justin Timberlake on the bill.
The lineup for Apple's 2013 iTunes Festival is now almost complete ahead of the September 1 opening night, with the addition of four more top drawer artists to the bill. Tinie Tempah, Avicii, The Lumineers and Bastille are the latest acts signed up to perform at the free, month long festival at London's Camden Roundhouse.
We're still a way out from the start of Apple's annual iTunes Festival, but the lineup is starting to fill up nicely. The latest big name additions are Elton John and Arctic Monkeys, joining such artists as Justin Timberlake, Kings of Leon, Pixies and Thirty Seconds to Mars.