New Apple Music TV spots market mission statement, individual musicians — Apple has premiered three new black and white TV ads for Apple Music on its YouTube channel, with one focusing on the meaning behind the service and two concentrating on specific artists.
In the first, Discovery, Apple claims that it wants to create “a place where artists and fans can discover one another,” run by people “who live and breathe music.” It mentions radio stations and curated playlists as some of the service’s core features.
How big is a 12 Megapixel photo? Rumours claim Apple will introduce a new iPhone model in September with a 12 megapixel camera. Aside from “that’s more megapixels!” exactly what will a 12 megapixel camera in your next iPhone get you? Less space – read on to see Jeff Gamet’s explanation.
Dr Dre’s ‘Compton’ album hits 25M streams on Apple Music in first week — Hip-hop icon Dr Dre’s much-awaited album Compton: A Soundtrack was streamed 25 million times during its first week of availability, driving nearly half a million paid downloads on iTunes over the same period.
Obama’s Spotify playlists are (unofficially) Available to Apple Music Subscribers — Last Friday, President Obama tweeted two of his summer playlists to the world, except he chose to use Spotify to do it. I get it, Apple Music is missing one of POTUS’s daytime jams – Low Cut Connie’s Boozophilia – but that’s no reason we Apple Music subscribers should totally miss out, right?