A quick guide to downloading and installing iTunes on a Macintosh, as the first step to using it and your iPod.
A step-by-step guide to canceling an iTunes Allowance.
Even though music in the AAC format works on virtually all modern devices, you may prefer to convert your music to MP3. Here's how to convert those files using iTunes.
Some albums, especially concert recordings, don't have silence between songs. They're what's called "gapless" albums. In some versions of iTunes, you can make virtually any set of songs gapless. Here's how.
Music you get from iTunes, Amazon, or CDs usually includes all the metadata, information like artist, song name, and album. Here's how to change that information--the ID3 tags--if you want to.
Playing files bought at the iTunes Store requires that you authorize your computer. If you want to play those files on more than one computer, you have to authorize all of those computers, up to 5.
When Apple released firmware 1.1.3 for the first-generation iPhone, it added a major new feature: location awareness. One of the major benefits of this feature is that the iPhone can now be used to give you driving directions.
You thought you’d created a terrific iMix, but your opinion has changed and now you don’t want anyone to know that once created such a bad grouping of songs. You want to delete your iMix.
Step-by-step instructions on how to take a screenshot on an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.
Step-by-step instructions on how to add your music to your iCloud account for multi-device sharing using iTunes Match.
Learn a technique for making sure that some tracks from your iTunes library never appear in random play or iTunes DJ.
One great way to customize your iPhone or iPod touch to make it more your own is by changing the wallpaper, lock screen, or both. Here's how.
Did you know that you can update to the latest version of the iPhone operating system without needing to connect your iOS device to iTunes? Here's how.
On the 6th and 7th generation nanos, you can re-arrange the homescreen icons to put your favorite apps first so you can get to them quickest. Here's how.
The default iPhone ringtone--the sound that plays when someone calls you--is fine, but you can make the iPhone more yours by customizing your ringtone.
Have some fun customizing your iPhone by assigning different ringtones to all the people in your Address Book. Here's how.
Push notifications are a tool available through certain iPhone apps that allow users to be notified when new information or actions that they’re interested in occur within certain apps. Here's how to use them.
For a company that prides itself on a smooth and polished user experience, Apple doesn't make the process of installing an iOS beta very obvious. But it doesn't have to be hard. In fact, you can do it with just a few mouse clicks.
If you had the good sense and foresight to backup your iTunes library on an external hard drive, life is good for you if you have a hard drive failure or need to transfer your iTunes library to a new computer. Restoring your iTunes library from backup will let you overcome a data loss or make moving the library much easier. Here's how to do it.
We all hope to never need this article since, if we do, it means there's a good chance that our iPhone (or iPod touch or iPad) has been stolen. If it has been, though, and if you configured it to use Find My iPhone before it was stolen, you may be able to get it back--or at least prevent the thief from getting at your personal data. These instructions will help you use Find My iPhone to locate a lost or stolen iPhone.
The iPod feature of the iPhone lets you customize the icons at the bottom of the screen to reflect the things you’ll use most often. The iPod is the only part of the iPhone where you can make these kinds of changes.
Want to save your favorite YouTube videos to your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad for watching even when you're not online? Learn how here.
A quick how-to guide on signing up for eMusic, downloading songs from the service, and adding them to iTunes.
To download programs from the iPhone App Store, you can browse through a traditional iTunes Store-like experience on your computer. But, like the iTunes WiFi Music Store, you can also browse the App Store on your iPhone and iPod touch and download and install programs directly to your device over the air.
We've always been able to assign different ringtones to the people on our iPhone address book. With the introduction of iOS 4.2, we can now add unique tones to text messages from our contacts, too.