The Beatles franchise owners have always been careful to ensure they maximise replay royalties of the back catalogue. It wasn’t until 2009 the Beatles first appeared in a computer game but today, the whole catalogue of music is now available for streaming.
With cinema goers around the world watching The Force Awakens, Disney haven’t wasted any time in making it available to Pre order on iTunes. Star Wars Force Awakens is a very reasonable £13.99 for the HD version and the SD version will set you back £9.99. Having gone to the Cinema to see the latest instalment of the Star Wars saga I’ve already placed my Pre Order. There’s no release date but it’ll be a nice surprise when it is available. Whilst you’re waiting you could always listen to the new Star Wars Radio Station on Apple Music
In 1968 the Beatles founded Apple Records, a record label intended as a creative outlet for the Beatles. This got us wondering, what if Apple Record and Apple Computer were the same thing? To answer this question we’ve restyled some iconic Beatles vinyl as if they were designed by Apple.
As near as darn it to the day, iTunes match became active, allowing users to store music in the cloud and the opportunity to re-download songs at a higher bit rate then the source if it’s less than 256kb. Todays thought is, was £21.99 for a years worth of what is technically a backup service for music worth it?