It wasn't too long ago that music fans were trading cassette tapes of their favorite tracks. The days of manually dubbing songs and writing artist information on the tiny insert of a cassette case may be long gone. Despite this, the concept of gifting a custom album could return with a vengance if Apple implements their patent titled Digital Mixed Tapes.
The entire collection of Star Wars films will be available digitally for the first time starting tomorrow. The global release includes never before seen special features including Star Wars: Discoveries from the Inside and Conversations.
Apple fans can get the six-chapter bundle directly from iTunes in HD or standard definition. Of course, individual films can also be purchased. The complete list of movies includes Episodes 1-6, spanning from 1977 to the latest release in 2005.
To transition an AOL Username to an Apple ID:
1. Sign into iTunes on a computer using the AOL screen name.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions to make the conversion to an Apple ID.
If you are already signed into the iTunes Store, choose Store -> Sign Out, then sign back in.
Apple will stop supporting AOL Usernames after March 30, 2015.
Access to previously purchased content on the iTunes Store, App Store, and iBooks Store can be accessed by converting an AOL Username into an Apple ID.