Macrumors reported that they received reports from Canada, Ireland, Mexico, United Kingdom, Australia, France, New Zealand, and Spain that Apple iTunes Match finally is available internationally. First users in those countries did report successful sign-ups for the service, and after checking it turns out that iTunes Match does appear to be working in the new countries, with subscribers libraries being matched. » Apple iTunes Match Goes Live Internationally
Apple just released iOS 5.1 Beta 2 to Devlopers with minor changes. In this update “Photos taken using iOS 5.1 can be deleted from Photo Stream on your device and will be removed automatically from Photo Stream on your other iOS 5.1 devices. Older photos can be manually deleted from your iOS 5.1 devices.” » Apple Dropped iOS 5.1 Beta 2 To Developers & iTunes 10.5.2
Apple today started pushing out iTunes 10.5.1 to the public and Apple confirmed the availability of iTunes Match in the U.S. iTunes Match syncs users music to iCloud for $24.99 a year. Unlimited songs can be synced and does not affect iCloud storage, but only songs that are available on iTunes can be synced.
Apple has released a iTunes 10.5.1 Beta 3 to developers with performance and stability improvements. Beta 3 can be downloaded in the iOS Developer Center and is created for continued testing of iTunes Match. » Apple Released iTunes 10.5.1 Beta 3
Apple has just released iTunes 10.5.1 Beta 2 to developers, and Apple has sent out the following email to developers. “iTunes 10.5.1 beta 2 is now available and includes a number of important stability and performance improvements. iTunes Match is also now available for testing on Apple TV. On your Apple TV, choose Music > Turn on iTunes Match. Please remember to backup regularly and do not delete the music you add to iCloud from your computer.” iTunes Match has been made available for Apple TV and this update also includes a number of bug fixes. » Apple Released iTunes 10.5.1 Beta 2 To Developers, Featuring iTunes Match For Apple TV
Apple created a new section in iTunes where you can purchase Ringtones and Alert or text message tones, such as sound effects from famous movies including Star Wars and Jaws. “The iTunes Store on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch now includes the Tone Store — an incredible spectrum of music ringtones and alert tones that can be assigned to any alert setting on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.” » Apple Has Launches Store for Text Message/Alert Tones
Some of you may already noticed, that updating your iDevice to iOS5 is not going really smooth. It can give you an 3200 error and you will be unable to finish the activation. The reason for this error is the amount of people who try to active their new iPhone 4S and updating their iDevice to iOS 5, this overloads the servers of Apple. If you just wait a little longer, this error will go away. If you do not want to wait any longer, check after the break how to update your iDevice to iOS 5 without the 3200 error. » How To Fix 3200 Error In iOS 5 Installations