The iTunes Store only sells music and ringtones now, with a splash screen telling folks to buy or rent movies and TV shows via the Apple TV app instead.
Is iTunes Store or Book Store not working on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Windows PC and showing Cannot Connect to iTunes Store or Book Store Unavailable? In this piece, we’ll go over the steps to troubleshoot Apple’s digital content store problems so you can get back up and running.
Many people seem to be hit with what seems to be a new Apple TV software bug across platforms, with some folks complaining about no audio in purchased movies.
With so much of the content we watch being from digital platforms, it can be sometimes easy to forget that that content might not always be available to us. And not just because we don't have it installed or because we don't have an internet connection. But rights holders and regional rules might block content -- even after we buy it, making it impossible to watch.
Many Disney movies that are available to rent and purchase through the iTunes Store have been upgraded to 4K resolution and HDR color at no additional charge.
Stop me if you've heard this one before: if you add funds right now to your Apple ID, you'll get a 10% bonus. The deal is back, just a few months after Apple last offered it.
Apple on Tuesday updated its iTunes Store with new deals on movies and other content. There are some really great discounts this week, including double features like Now You See Me 1 & 2 for just $10, and triple features for $15. Check out our full roundup below—you don't want to miss this!
We’ve all become used to the fact that iTunes is no longer on Mac since the macOS Catalina update. But what many might not realize is that you can still purchase songs and albums from iTunes in the Music app on Mac.
The iTunes Store in the Music app looks just like you’re used to with quick links on the side, top songs and albums, and available preorders. So where is the hidden iTunes Store in the Music app? We’ll show you how to display it.
Learn how to check the status of the various Apple services to confirm whether there are any downtime, or to make sure all services are operating normally.
According to a refreshed support document, customers in supported countries can now set up Apple Pay as their payment method for purchases made in iTunes and App Stores, as well as cover their Apple Music subscriptions and iCloud storage upgrades with Apple Pay.
App Store, iTunes Store and Apple Music are currently down, slow or inaccessible for some users and Apple has now acknowledged these issues on its System Status page.
Apple's carrier billing option for Apple ID purchases has expanded to an additional seven countries around the world. Customers in these countries who don't have or don't want to use a credit or debit card for their purchases can now take advantage of mobile phone billing.