Either way, most Apple users are not savvy technologists. So it makes them easy targets. Limiting features and controlling the consumer herds their cash cows down the pipeline Apple designs to get the most revenue. If you think they care about the consumers inconvenience. The only thing I will agree with Tom on is that lost revenue will equal the company driving to put value back in their products, unfortunately.
I was disgusted when my friends brought me her iPad Pro showing me screenshots of the consistent pop-ups telling her she ran out of memory and her stuff is out danger of being lost.
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I was disgusted when my friends brought me her iPad Pro showing me screenshots of the consistent pop-ups telling her that she had ran out of memory and her stuff is out danger of being lost!! Disgusting business practice. What Apple was referring to is the back up space to Apple cloud. Just disgusting by Apple. And their platform is completely designed around residual revenue beyond the hardware purchase. And shoot, I am a senior developer but spent a lot of time figuring out how to make iOS back up my tablet without using their cloud or piece of junk limited iTunes.
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And yes Ted, I was also there from the beginning. I agree with you that iCloud Storage is way too small. Offering 5GB as the free iCloud space in this era is ridiculous and clearly a grab to force people into paying an iCloud subscription fee. This is not a user friendly move. Remember that Google and Android offers free unlimited cloud storage and backups on their ecosystem. Even iCloud Email is attached to iCloud, and after you fill up your tiny 5GB storage space then iCloud stops letting you send or receive emails… very user hostile.
Would you like to download iTunes now? As a matter of fact, nobody cares. You want Apple to implement features and create products for the customer? Stop supporting Apple by not purchasing their products and services. When people stop supporting them, they revenue drops and will realize this happened because they have abandoned their customers. I totally agree with you!!
Its a pity that some people in this company are making decisions which will ultimately end in losing customers. Despite liking and using the product ,at a point customers will get sick and tired with this hide and seek game.
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The same goes for organizing them on my macbook. It seems with every update Apple makes things harder or unavailable. Get more like Microsoft used to be. So I downloaded and installed this Thanks again.
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I have download Itunes will not recognised Iphone 6S when connected. Any ideas? This sort of issue is true any time one reverts iTunes.
You can either delete the. I went back to These are things you would lose when starting with a new library, though all of your files would remain. I cannot believe I did this and had the same issue as everyone else.
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I have thousands of ratings that I use to make playlists, and now they are all gone since I had to get rid of the itl file. I do not recommend that anyone use the file offered here unless you know what you are doing. Does anyone know if there is a way to get the old itl file translated into something that this version of iTunes can read?
Okay, so I decided I would rather have my playlists and other things so I downloaded the version of iTunes that I had and put the itl file back. Everything is now back to how it was originally. So they effectively admit they screwed up, so they re-release It is. If you update to High Sierra after installing this For those who would like to re-install iTunes So, install this, then use time machine to restore a version of the Itunes Library. Glad I use Time Machine on a regular basis. All playlists and ratings gone if you do this — not worth it.
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It downloaded and installed but will not let me open itunes. It says the library was created on a never version and I have to download and install the newer version. This is only a temporary fix to placate enterprise customers, and not give them a reason to hold off on updating their fleets to iPhone 8s and Xs. Apple will either fix their MDM tools, or convince those businesses to move away from using iTunes for app deployment. There is no indication that this move was prompted by the end user discord seen here, and elsewhere surrounding the issue, nor any newly-rediscovered concern or respect for end users.
In it there were 5 iTunes Library files going back to Crucially, there was one from the 13th of September I fully agree with the sentiments expressed at the head of this thread — sheer arrogance and lack of consideration on the part of Apple in withdrawing valued facilities. You get used to one interface and they go and change it for no apparent reason other perhaps than to make even more money. How long will it be before Apple try to withdraw this reversion and try to foist Not everyone has a problem with the iTunes itl file, but if you do you can replace it with the older iTunes Library itl file like you mention.
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The switch was ok, after removing the iTunes library. Still does not restore full functionality, like update downloads and list of apps. OSX OSXDaily — go back and update this article with caveats about what will happen if you install the version you have stated…. Why is this dumb?
What is your criticism? What are the caveats that are not already stated in the article? Apple is offering an alternative version of iTunes available to download, it has the App Store.
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Thus if you want the App Store in iTunes, installing iTunes I may backtrack to I am looking at AnyTrans or iMazing, but would welcome information about other potential alternatives to iTunes for management of content on multiple devices. I always thought tying the app store in to iTunes a bad idea in the first place. Probably a marketing ploy to get users to puchase apps. I have no problems with removing the functionality from iTunes — but — there should be a stand alone program to take the place of managing and syncing iOS apps.
I always keep backups of most versions of iOS apps, and because they are tied to my AppleID, I can still install them with the old version of iTunes. Apple wants the cloud to be the hub of their products, not the users own laptop or desktop machines. So nowadays I wait for months before applying any updates. Too bad because that puts me at the mercy of missing out on legitimate security patches.
The best part? It will cost you a fraction of what you have wasted so far on Apple products. Who in the world has the time or the energy to pick up each product separately and start creating and re-creating app placement on each different device and in folders oh my goodness this is crazy. We need an app management system I always liked doing it through iTunes because you could arrange each page so simple. By reverting to the previous iTunes library, all was corrected and playlists restored.
BTW, the App Store sees this version as an update from Ooooh, how I could wish and hope you were correct about that. However, on their support page, Apple states that once you install But even they are probably expected to migrate to purchasing a Mac and using Apple Configurator to do that management, going forward.