Reddit User Reveals iOS 15 and MacOS Monterey Hack on Enjoying Apple’s Spatial Audio Feature for Non-Atmos Music

Reddit User Reveals iOS 15 and MacOS Monterey Hack to Enjoy Apple's 'Spatial Audio Feature' Even for Non-Atmos Music

Buzz 10:41AM EDT

This means enjoying the new "Spatial Audio Feature" even for non-Dolby Atmos music!READ MORE

James Blake

James Blake shares "Are You Even Real?" featured in Apple "Behind the Mac" Campaign

Buzz 07:00AM EDT

GRAMMY® Award-winning UK singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer James Blake released his new track "Are You Even Real?" It is part of Apple's global "Behind The Mac" campaign.READ MORE

Billie Eillish's “Me & Dad Radio

Billie Eilish to Host New Apple Music Radio Show With Dad

Buzz 02:12AM EDT

Billie Eilish announced her upcoming "Me & Dad Radio," Apple Music's Beats 1 new radio show with her father, Patrick O'Connell.READ MORE

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Apple Music Can Now Be Heard in 52 More Countries

Buzz 21:08PM EDT

Apple recently expanded its services, including Apple Music, to more countries and territories.READ MORE

Sara Bareilles Little Voices

Apple Signs On Musical Series ‘Little Voice’ From J.J. Abrams, Sara Bareilles

Tv/Film 07:52AM EDT

Sara Bareilles and J.J. Abrams will executive produce an upcoming musical drama-comedy titled 'Little Voices.' Apple has ordered 10 half-hour episodes of the series.READ MORE

Enter the Internet!

Rhapsody Rebrands as Napster à la Early 2000s Peer-to-Peer Music Piracy Heyday

Buzz 17:03PM EDT

Yesterday, music streaming service Rhapsody announced they are rebranding themselves as Napster, the name of the popular but ultimately doomed early-aughts peer-to-peer file sharing service the company acquired in 2011.READ MORE


Apple Unveils New Music Production App Music Memos

Buzz 18:17PM EDT

Apple has been one of the biggest players in the music industry since it launched iTunes in 2003. It has developed music production software with Logic and Garageband and streaming with Apple Music. Now it is expanding on it mobile capabilities with a new app named Music Memos.READ MORE

 Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue speaks during the Apple WWDC on June 8, 2015 in San Francisco, California.

Apple's iTunes Radio Will No Longer Be Free At The End Of January

Buzz 10:41AM EDT

Apple is discontinuing its free ad-supported iTunes Radio option at the end of the month. The feature will be rolled into Apple Music as an additional feature for subscribers. Apple will continue free radio through Beats 1.READ MORE

Eric Schmidt

Google Founder Eric Schmidt Calls Apple Music "Elitist" as Opposed to "Democratic"

Buzz 21:49PM EDT

In an op-ed for the BBC, Google founder and Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt had some harsh words directed at Apple Music's tactics to pursue human curated playlists, calling the approach "elitist" (as opposed to Google's own "Democratic" approach).READ MORE

Eminem performs in 2014

Eminem, Zane Lowe Interview to Usher in New Apple Beats 1 Radio Show

Buzz 10:19AM EDT

When Apple's new streaming platform Apple Music goes live on July 1, it will have one big grab to entice new listeners: an exclusive interview between Eminem and Zane Lowe. As the former BBC Radio 1 host starts his new show on the platform's radio station Beats 1, he will do so with a big interview with the "Phenomenal" rapper.READ MORE

WANTED by The CPSC: Beats Pills.

Beats Pill XL Recalled by Apple as Potential Burn and Fire Hazard

Buzz 09:51AM EDT

Apple seems to have inherited a problematic piece of machinery, as it issued a recall for Beats Pill XL speakers after it was reported that the audio equipment could potentially cause burns and fire hazards. The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission cited eight cases where the battery of a Pill overheated, in some cases causing burns to the user and in other cases damaging the surface it was laying upon.READ MORE

Drake Coachella 2015

Apple Reportedly Targeting Drake, Pharrell, David Guetta For Music Service

Buzz 19:22PM EDT

The temperatures are warming up outside and the battle between streaming services is heating up as well. According to new reports, Apple is targeting some of the world's biggest pop stars--Drake, David Guetta and Pharrell--to join Apple as the Cupertino tech giant looks to gain an edge with the increasingly competitive streaming market.READ MORE


DOJ Investigating Apple Pressuring Labels to End Free Spotify Streaming

Buzz 15:45PM EDT

If anyone isn't convinced that streaming is the next frontier of music, the developments behind the scenes occurring right now in 2015 should be enough to show them otherwise. Apple has been busy lately revamping Beats Music, the streaming arm of Beats, which they purchased for $3 billion last May and some details have leaked out to the press about what the future of Apple music is starting to look like. The Silicon Valley giant is making some aggressive moves to leverage its size in the industry and according to recent reports, it may have overstepped the boundaries with a DOJ investigation pending on Apple's pressuring the major's to end free streaming on Spotify. It has also reportedly lobbied Universal Music Group to take down its music from YouTube.READ MORE

Apple and Glenn Gould, Techs Teach 'Bach: Goldberg Variations' to Students at Internal University

Apple and Glenn Gould, Techs Teach 'Bach: Goldberg Variations' to Students at Internal University

Genres 14:02PM EDT

Glenn Gould's infamously eccentric persona and meticulousness in regard to detail are what Apple techs at its internal Apple University are teaching to students. While these characteristics are indicative of leadership qualities, indeed, it's also Gould's departure from convention that is the center of the debate.READ MORE

Taylor Swift At The 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards

Apple Targeting Taylor Swift and Florence + The Machine for Streaming Service

Buzz 13:35PM EDT

The war between streaming services is growing more intense by the day, and the new battleground, seemingly broken by TIDAL, is exclusive content by artists and content partners. According to a new Bloomberg report, Apple is making its move to try and gather some exclusives of its own, targeting major pop stars like Taylor Swift, Florence + The Machine and more than a dozen other artists.READ MORE

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