In all honesty, we don't condone piracy, but with problems like these, it's. I'm not sure if this applies to iTunes running on Windows, but I am guessing that the problem exists here as well. They wanted no part of it. That actually proves my point. I also found multiple references to the series of devices. Let's even go out on a limb here and say that problems like this, contribute more to piracy than not. We have an easy way to get media combined with harder to use media we own, creates this need to be simpler.
That has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that it worked and now it doesn't on a functional, end-user level. Why not propose a system that can protect the artist's right to get paid for their creative work, while allowing users an unencumbered, enjoyable media experience? I have to say, the articles keep me coming back to this site, and not the tools who troll and thumbs-down comments. They referred me to the technical support division immediately. What no one seems to be willing to talk about is how this will actually end, you just want to talk about the next big thing that will prolong the fight. Is this an iTunes bug? That has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that it worked and now it doesn't on a functional, end-user level. The fact of the matter is that the record companies are the ones producing the piles of crap, which people with a good ear for music must then sift through to find the rare gems. Please forward this email to someone in corporate as I am asking for an explanation that actually makes sense.
I completely understand DaedalusX's frustration. Several years ago, I , where I was previously senior editor. That music and media is highly overpriced. Is this offical from Apple? If you keep producing garbage and screwing over the end user, you don't need my money or attention. . Out of curiosity, what's the state of affairs in windows world? Power down the display via remote. What I've done with my systems is upgraded each system to Windows 10 to tag the digital entitlement to the system and then did a clean install of Windows 10 right after that.
I was one of the first adopters of the MacBook Pro when the Intel switch first happened. I don't think that aspect was discussed much at all. Also, link to the source of news, such as the developer who made the announcement, instead of linking to blogspam. Unfortunately, the big record companies are still holding onto an antiquated buisness model and trying to overcharge on a product that the cost just isn't properly reflected in the price that we have to pay. How do I fix this? Jayant Regards Jayant Gupta - Microsoft Support Engineer Me too.
Easy enough to purchase and download on the iPhone and it did sync to the computer. This game no matter what i treid would lock up and crash my computer every time i tried to play it. Computers and technology have completely changed the way we do business in the world. So clearly this is a problem for me. And you end with: To Apple: iTunes is definitely the market maker out there in terms of content distribution.
This issue that you are having has been known about ever since the first unibodies came out. Apple has created a tough content protection feature in iTunes. Neither does your righteous indignation. If Apple wants to be in the position to dictate terms to the movie industry, they have to establish themselves as the dominate player in online media distribution. You're absolving Apple of its part in this.
And you end with: To Apple: iTunes is definitely the market maker out there in terms of content distribution. I think that would be a better indicator of whether Apple's goal was to screw you or simply live up to their legal obligations. There's a difference between pirating software, and what my article is about. If this is going to happen with movies on iTunes, then expect people to be upset--again. Don't know if this will work but I see you've got an iPhone, try the following. Update for 1511 was installed when that came out for each system. To put it blatantly, pirates and crackers will find a way to circumvent a protection technology sooner than later, and it's usually no trouble for them.
In fact, piracy isn't affected by content copy protection schemes at all. They're not angels in this. Sadly, I am at a loss, and I can't be Apple's customer even if I wanted to. That actually proves my point. Don't buy content that requires it.
Apple didn't mandate the protections. From music to movies, it's the top service. If it doesn't work, email or whatever it is. I had thought as much! Just to eliminate that as an issue. No, you're missing the fact that it worked at all in the past was a workaround that was allowed specifically because Apple and the studios wanted to be first out of the gate. Turning mirroring on or off does not help either. If not, Apple should be absolved for no warning labels.
There are other ways to promote a healthy business tactic, than simply policing people. If I go back in bios and turn off integrated graphics, then trailers do not play. And to avoid being blacklisted, generate the private keys! I have faith in the power of my wallet to help them make that decision. At most, Apple should have had a warning label. Not sure it will get any traction though heh Yeah this is ridiculous. Steve, I completely understand your frustration and apologize for any inconvenience that this is causing you.