App ratings on iTunes can be helpful when shopping for an app. But it's easy to forget this when an app nags you for a rating with a pop-up window. Not only does it interrupt what you're doing, but these in-app rating requests can repeat in the same app. Although Apple limits rating requests to three times per 365-day period for each app, there's an easy way to abolish them once and for all.
Sometimes when a major natural disaster strikes, Apple activates iTunes donations to make it easy for customers to help. This summer is no different, with Apple opening up American Red Cross donations to help those affected by the wildfires rampaging across the state of California. If you'd like to donate, iTunes will transfer 100 percent of your donation dollars directly to the Red Cross.
Troubleshooting or restoring the iPhone can require putting iOS into Recovery Mode. Once the iPhone has successfully entered Recovery Mode, iTunes will recognize the device.
Follow the steps below to enter Recovery Mode:
Many popular subscription services like Netflix, Hulu, Spotify, HBO and the New York Times to name a few, can be paid for through iTunes which makes it convenient to see all of your subscriptions in one place, rather than having to track them all down by perusing your credit card bills. Managing them from your iPhone or iPad is simple - you can view them right in Settings and cancel them if you want. Here's how to do it:
App subscriptions that are billed through iTunes, including Apple Music, Spotify, HBO Now, Hulu, Pandora, Netflix and the like, are easily managed in one place on your iPhone or iPad. Here's how to cancel a subscription through your device: