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.
iTunes is going the way of the dinosaurs. Apple has launched previews of three separate Windows apps to replace the aging software. Apple Music, Apple Devices, and Apple TV have already launched beta versions on the Microsoft app store. Each of the apps can be installed independently on Windows 11 machines.
The Movies section of iTunes now includes a variety of holiday deals starting at $10 for select double features and discounts on preselected bundles and franchise collections. You can now nab all 4 Hunger Games for only $20 or the entire Harry Potter franchise for $50. Other deals include "Under $20 genre bundles" including Christmas Classics (It's a Wonder Life, White Christmas, Scrooge), Naughty Holidays (Bad Santa 1&2), Action movies, horror and more.
Mac users may have noticed there is no built-in way to change where macOS (formerly iTunes) writes backup information. This means every time an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is backed up to the computer using Finder, it automatically uses the local drive. Rest assured, it is possible to tell your Mac to put backups on an external drive. Once the steps below are implemented, all iOS backup data will be saved to the new location.
Troubleshooting or restoring the iPhone can require putting iOS into Recovery Mode. Once the iPhone has successfully entered Recovery Mode, macOS or iTunes will recognize the device.
Follow the steps below to enter Recovery Mode: