Since upgrading to iOS 8, many users have reported issues when it comes to syncing music with iTunes. For some reason, all their music is gone and no matter how many times they try and sync, no music ever gets transferred. Here's what worked for us!
Apple makes it incredibly easy to get started with Apple Pay by letting you quickly link it to your existing iTunes credit or debit card. Your bank still has to support Apple Pay, of course but, if they do, you can setup both online and in-store mobile payments with just a few taps.
Family Sharing is a new feature in iOS 8 that lets your entire family share purchases from both iTunes and the App Store without having to share the same Apple ID. More than that, parents require that younger children ask permission before purchasing content. You can then receive a request and either accept or deny it right from your own iPhone or iPad. To get started with Family Sharing, you'll need to perform a few steps in order to set it up.
Family Sharing allows you and the other members of your household to share iTunes, App Store, and iBooks purchases across all your devices, without having to purchase them multiple times. While most app developers support Family Sharing, Apple gives them the option to opt out if they choose. Luckily, there's an easy way to find out if specific apps are eligible for Family Sharing. Here's how!
If you've upgraded your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8 only to find that wifi syncing capabilities between iTunes are now broken, you aren't alone. For some users, wifi sync just appears to be syncing indefinitely while others can't seem to get it working again at all. No matter what issue you're experiencing with wifi sync, try these troubleshooting steps to get it back up and running again!
As most folks already know, you can easily gift the gift of apps, books, movies, and more right from your iPhone or iPad. You can just as easily receive them from others as well. Have you ever wanted to take a look back at what items you've gifted to others, or make sure they actually redeemed them? If the answer is yes, all you need is your iPhone or iPad and your Apple ID and we can show you how!
One of the best parts of Family Sharing in iOS 8 is that you can closely monitor your children's purchases, even when they're not with you. Even better yet, you can create an Apple ID just for them that once they're old enough, they can take with them. But until that time, it can help you keep a watchful eye on content and purchases on any iPhone or iPad they're using.
So you've finally got your new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus in your hand. Now all that's left to do is transfer all the data from your old iPhone over to your brand new one. No matter what model iPhone you have previously, getting data over to your new one is a dead simple process, thanks to both iCloud and iTunes. Which one you choose to use is completely up to you, and we can walk you through each option every step of the way!
While updating iOS over-the-air is faster in most cases, we know there are some folks that still prefer using iTunes to sync, backup, and update. If you don't completely trust the cloud with your data and your updates, that's okay. We can walk you through how to upgrade your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to the most current version of iOS via USB instead!
By default your iPhone or iPad can automatically download App Store apps and music that you purchase either within iTunes on your computer, or on another iOS device. That means download an app on your iPad, and it's instantly on your iPhone as well. While some people like this convenience, others may not appreciate it, especially if storage space is an issue on certain devices. Luckily you can disable it in just a few taps.