iTunes Match Now Supports Movies, iOS 5.1 Announced
Apple today announced during a keynote address in San Francisco that its iTunes in the Cloud — or iTunes Match — service now supports 1080p movies. iOS device users will be able to access and sync their movies and television shows across Macs, iPads, iPhones, and iPods. Apple also announced a new version of the Apple TV that includes PhotoStream support. iPhone users can take pictures and the photos will be uploaded to the owner's Apple TV automatically. Apple also announced iOS 5.1, which will be available for download starting today. The chief new feature in iOS 5.1 is support for the new iTunes Match functions, photo uploads, and the Japanese language for Siri.
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Apple today announced iOS 12, its next-generation platform for the iPhone and iPad. Apple says it spent time improving the performance of the operating system, which in claims will work well on iPhones and iPads that went on sale as far back as 2013.
MacOS Sierra Works Better with iOS and Adds Siri
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Apple says the next version of its desktop operating system, renamed MacOS, will work better with iPhones and iPads. Apple has made improvements to its Continuity feature so its is easier to pass stuff between iPhones and Macs.
Apple to Make Siri Available to Third-Party Apps
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Apple today said third-party developers can now access Siri and add Siri to their own applications. This means iPhone and iPad owners will be able to ask Siri to perform a much wider range of actions.
iTunes Match /=/ iTunes in the cloud
iTunes Match = goes through your music collection and either uploads the songs it can't find or matches them the iTunes library so you can listen to your entire library anywhere you have a cell signal.
iTunes in the cloud = allows re-downloading your apps, movies, and music that you've PURCHASED from Apple.
Unless it's going to go through my video library and re-download higher quality iTunes copies or upload the ones it can't match, it ain't iTunes match. And they're not the same thing.