However, it’s also a very, very expensive phone. To put a new iPhone X in your pocket, you will shell out a cool $1,000, minimum. But now’s your chance to get your hands on one of these drool-worthy phones for exactly zero dollars.
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Apple doesn’t offer a free version of Apple Music. There is no ad-supported option available, although you can access a few of the Apple Music features such as Beats1 Radio and the ability to follow an artist’s Connect stream. You can also listen to selected ad-supported radio stations but there will be limited song skips available there.
When locked-up music prevents people from finding what they want to buy, they find another way to get it. I saw this effect played out when I attended a high school reunion during Napster’s heyday. The classmate in charge of music brought a long MP3 playlist of period songs scoured from Napster. Other options, like amassing a hundred songs from original vinyl borrowed from friends, or buying CD retrospectives filled with bad tracks, were not feasible. It was as if the industry was intentionally blocking payment for a specialized music collection. Today, of course, building a legal reunion playlist from any era would cost a few bucks for a subscription service, and could be brought to the event in a carry-on bag holding a smartphone and portable speakers.
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Apple Music launched on June 30, 2015, in 100 countries. New users receive a three-month free trial subscription, which changes to a monthly fee after three months. A family plan allows six users to share a subscription at a reduced rate. Apple originally sought to enter the market at a lower price point for the service, but the music industry rejected the plan. The service debuted as an updated Music app on the iOS 8.4 update. Apple TV and Android device support was planned for a “fall” 2015 launch. A previously unreleased song by Pharrell Williams, entitled “Freedom”, was used in promotional material and announced as an exclusive release on the launch of the service. The “History of Sound” advert for the launch of the Apple Music service was soundtracked by the tune There Is No Light by Wildbirds & Peacedrums, from their 2009 album The Snake. Upon its launch, Beats Music subscriptions and playlists were migrated to Apple Music, the service was discontinued.
In May 2016, a student membership was announced, that discounted the regular price of a subscription by 50%. The student plan was initially only available for eligible students in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand, but was expanded to an additional 25 countries in November 2016.
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iTunes is also a tool for managing your iOS devices; iPhones, iPads, and iPods. You can choose what music from iTunes you want to sync to your device, as well as books, movies, TV Shows, podcasts, and more. Once you get used to how iTunes sync works with iOS it’s okay, but there are some annoyances.
It happens every day, over and over again. People just don’t seem to know how to Download iTunes for free. They spend a lot of time searching the web for the right source. But eventually they end up with nothing. Maybe, they even crossed some risky websites in…
Taking advantage of this freebie is almost as easy as opening the Free On iTunes page. Every Tuesday, Starbucks offers a free iTunes download, also known as the Starbucks “Pick of the Week.” To pick up the “pick,” all you need to do is head down to your local Starbucks and grab one of the small, round-cornered cards (located near the sugar, creamer, and straws). Starbucks usually has both this week’s and last week’s picks on display.
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In July 2016, Apple bought Carpool Karaoke from The Late Late Show with James Corden, with Variety writing that Apple was planning to distribute the series through Apple Music. Apple’s adaptation of the series was originally supposed to premiere in April 2017, but was delayed without explanation. The series instead premiered on August 8, 2017.