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Apple’s 1st Generation Apple TV Unable to connect to iTunes

Apple’s 1st Generation Apple TV Unable to connect to iTunes

AppleTV1stGenReports have come in, as well as shown up on Apple’s discussion boards, that users of the company’s 1st generation Apple TV have been unable to connect to iTunes for the past few days.

Says one user:

“As of last night I had full access to the iTunes Store. Since this morning I was getting an Itunes Store Not Available message, and after unplugging the AppleTv the iTunes Store access completly…

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Follow all of the happenings of WWDC 2014 right here!

Stay with AppleScoop.com as we bring you all of the rumors and other information from WWDC 2104 starting today.  

Follow all of the happenings of WWDC 2014 right here!

Stay with AppleScoop.com as we bring you all of the rumors and other information from WWDC 2104 starting today.  

Traffic from unannounced operating systems continues making the rounds ahead of WWDC 2014

Testing of Apple’s anticipated next-generation operating systems — iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 — continues along at a steady clip, new traffic data shows, ahead of the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, where both products are expected to be unveiled. Via: AppleInsider.com  

Traffic from unannounced operating systems continues making the rounds ahead of WWDC 2014

Testing of Apple’s anticipated next-generation operating systems — iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 — continues along at a steady clip, new traffic data shows, ahead of the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, where both products are expected to be unveiled. Via: AppleInsider.com  

Yahoo! new CEO pushes Apple into letting it become iOS’s default search engine

Re/code reports that Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer is pushing Apple for the company to make Yahoo! its default search engine in iOS and its other related platforms, currently being head by Google and Bing.  

Yahoo! new CEO pushes Apple into letting it become iOS’s default search engine

Re/code reports that Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer is pushing Apple for the company to make Yahoo! its default search engine in iOS and its other related platforms, currently being head by Google and Bing.  

Apple makes “Mother’s Day Gifts” Guide on web site

Apple has dedicated an area of their web site to ideas for the Mothers that may be in your life. To see it, click here.

Apple makes “Mother’s Day Gifts” Guide on web site

Apple has dedicated an area of their web site to ideas for the Mothers that may be in your life. To see it, click here.

Microsoft launches “Office 365 Professional” plan for Mac and iPad

Mid Monday, Microsoft launched a new plan for those who are using its new Office for Mac and iPad.  

Microsoft launches “Office 365 Professional” plan for Mac and iPad

Mid Monday, Microsoft launched a new plan for those who are using its new Office for Mac and iPad.  

Why AppleScoop.com isn’t showing the [alleged] iPhone 6 photos

Why AppleScoop.com isn’t showing the [alleged] iPhone 6 photos

AppleScoopLogo 135x148A  few readers have been emailing us asking why we are not showing some of the alleged iPhone 6 photos, or even speculating on them.  Well, the answer is simple:

Unless the photos are verified by a reliable, independent source, we will not be getting involved in the alleged iPhone 6 photo hype.  This, after us getting burnt by a “reliable source” in the past.

If you wish to see any related…

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Millions of Android users vulnerable to “Heartbleed” bug

Millions of Android users vulnerable to “Heartbleed” bug

AndroidLogo“Millions of smartphones and tablets running Google Inc.’s Android operating system have the Heartbleed software bug, in a sign of how broadly the flaw extends beyond the Internet and into consumer devices,” Jordan Robertson reports for Bloomberg News. “While Google said in a blog post on April 9 that all versions of Android are immune to the flaw, it added that the ‘limited exception’ was one…

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Report: Apple talking to carriers about price increase for iPhone 6

Report: Apple talking to carriers about price increase for iPhone 6

iPhone5SIt seems that Apple is talking to mobile phone carriers about a price increasefor the iPhone 6.  This according Jefferies analyst Peter Misek (Via StreetInsider).  Although it is said that the carriers are initially refusing the increase, that may be fading with the promise of the popularly of the next iPhone.

Peter Misek writes:

“The possibility may at first seem far-fetched in light of…

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