Apple has announced the integration of its long-standing iTunes Movie Trailers app into the TV app, marking the end of an era for one of the original Apple applications. First launched in 2011, the iTunes Movie Trailers app will now become part of the TV app. The transition comes with the emergence of a new banner on the iTunes Movie Trailers website, boldly declaring the TV app as the new hub for accessing movie trailers.
One of the biggest changes since the introduction of apps may be coming to the iPhone. Apple is reportedly working on solutions to allow third-party app stores onto its platform. Currently all software that is installed on iOS must be vetted and distributed via Apple's App Store. Upcoming European Union (EU) regulations may change all that.
Anyone who has run out of storage on iPhone can vouch for offloading apps. It's an easy way to let iOS manage the apps you don't use often to free up space. Offloading removes everything except your personal data associated with the app. In theory, reinstalling an app restores its function with your information intact.
The App Store on iPhone has multiple safeguards to make sure that apps aren't purchased by mistake or by an unauthorized person. These features are great to prevent fraud when paid apps or in-app purchases are involved. But when it comes to downloading free apps, does iOS asking for authentication just cause unnecessary hassle?
When installing free apps, it's possible to reduce inconvenience by skipping the Apple ID password altogether. Follow these instructions to download free apps without entering a password or using Face ID or Touch ID:
Apple makes it possible to keep money stored with your Apple ID for purchases. When you have a credit in your Apple Account, this is the first method used to pay. After the balance is depleted, the next form of payment such as Apple Pay or a debit card is tapped. Funds can be added to your Apple ID at any time, and be used to pay for anything from Apple. This includes iCloud storage, digital content, Apple Music or Apple TV+ subscriptions, apps, and more.