New versions of macOS and iOS always bring changes, and this one is no exception. iTunes 12.7 is out in anticipation of High Sierra, and brings with it significant changes. iTunes expert Kirk McElhearn talks us through what you can and no longer can do with iTunes. Ringtones and app syncing are out, an Apple Music social networking option is in, and backing up your iDevices has changed. Find out what Kirk likes, what he doesn’t, and why bandwidth is even more important than ever.
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Kirk McElhearn writes about Macs, iPods, iTunes, books, music and more. He is a regular contributor to TidBITS, as well as several other web sites and magazines. He is co-host of The Next Track and The Committed podcast. You can follow him on Twitter, and visit his personal web site, Kirkville.
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