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 It is important to show that Tom's Guide has become a very unreliable source of information. Tom's Guide and Anandtech were both bought by the same mega media publishing corporation.  They became corporate properties. They use to be reliable sites for balanced, unbiased reports on PC and Mac Equipment.   However, they obviously play to the whims of their mother corporation.  And their employees would certainly fear for their jobs if they don't please their new bosses. I...
That would be like people complaining that Apple Stores have lines blocks long because Apple has just shown a new iPhone. Nah.  Nothing wrong with that. Apple's customers expect long lines due to the demand. Those that are patient will wait a week for the hooplah to die down.
Nah. It is best that Beats 1 becomes available as soon as 8.4 becomes available.  Why wait even 1 hour. If Apple's servers become slammed, all that means is MORE MOULAH FOR MUSICIANS.  SALIVATE AT THE DEMAND FOR MUSIC.  APPLE MUSIC WILL RULE.
Wrong. The only reason Apple Music will have hangups is because DEMAND IS SO HUGE.  9-INCH NAILS WORTH OF HUGE.
Shame on you. The Think Different Campaign was meant to be political.  Every one of the individuals shown in the Think Different Campaign was also a significant political figure: Albert Einstein, Bob Dylan, Martin Luther King, Jr., Richard Branson, John Lennon (with Yoko Ono), Buckminster Fuller, Thomas Edison, Muhammad Ali, Ted Turner, Maria Callas, Mahatma Gandhi, Amelia Earhart, Alfred Hitchcock, Martha Graham, Jim Henson (with Kermit the Frog), Frank Lloyd...
You can get the case from Amazon.
Apple did the right thing. iTunes Music already pays artists the streaming rate. All Apple had to do is apply this to the 3 months of streaming. So Apple pays what it is already paying. And artists gain some income. It is a win-win.
Apple Music doesn't kill iTunes Radio.  This is still FREE to iTunes users, and streams with ads.  You can remove the ads and get new copies of every song in your collection by paying $25 a year - about $2 a month.
If you aren't into music as much, then there is iTunes Radio for you.  It is FREE.   And if you want no ads and new copies of every song in your iTunes Collection, then iTunes Match for $25 a year = $2 a month = should be good enough for you. The new Apple Music is for people who actually still care about music.  They usually purchase about 15 CDs a year at an average cost of $150. So if you belong in this class of people, then Apple Music is fantastic for you.  Not only...
Apple brutally fires people who are incompetent - particularly those who have responsibility - like Vice Presidents at Apple. They have no excuse not to get their job done. Obviously Skanska and DPR were incompetent. Delays and a $2 BILLION cost overrun are inexcusable.
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