How To Disable Notifications for iTunes

As I have mentioned before, I love listening to and discovering new music, and since the release of iOS 7, I have been using iTunes Radio all the time on both my Mac and on my iOS devices. Unlike the iOS version, the iTunes app for the Mac does a peculiar thing whenever it plays a new song - it pushes out a notification for every new song that it plays. This is super annoying for a person like me, who constantly has music playing in the background. Besides, there is practically no benefit if you ask me. Luckily there's a quick fix for this -

Apple Airs New ‘Your Verse’ iPad Adverts

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Earlier today, Apple aired two new ads as part of their “Your Verse” campaign, which highlight how two people use their iPad. The first ad showcases how Jason Hall uses his iPad to organize Michigan’s biggest weekly bicycle ride, aimed at building community and showing off the great City of Detroit.… Read the rest


Apple Drops Lawsuits with Samsung Outside The US


According to a report by Bloomberg, Apple and Samsung have issued a joint statement announcing that they have agreed to drop all suits against each other in countries outside the US. As part of the agreement Apple and Samsung will drop their lawsuits in the following countries – Australia, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Netherlands, the U.K., France and Italy.… Read the rest


Apple Releases New “Dreams” Ad

I’m really liking the direction Apple is taking with this new series of ads focused on real and meaningful things that you can do with an iPhone. Some of the apps featured in the ad are (via MacRumors) -

Vaavud Wind Meter, an anemometer that plugs into the iPhone’s headphone jack
Response Deck, an app for fire and EMS first responders
iTranslate Voice, a near-real time language translation app
Veterinary AliveECG, a portable heart monitor for pets
ForeFlight Mobile, a civil aviation mapping and weather app for pilots
SAM-1, an appcessory for measuring water pH and other data