In contrast, Apple notes that i Tunes U public courses (it’s unclear how to tell the difference) now appear only in the i Tunes U app in i OS.
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You can no longer download or purchase i OS apps from i Tunes on your Mac; you can no longer manage a library of apps on your Mac; and — most problematic — you can no longer sync apps from your Mac to your i Phone or i Pad.
Apple says that i Tunes U collections move into the Podcasts category in both i Tunes and the i Tunes Store; they’re also available in the i OS Podcasts app.
Educators who use i Tunes U collections may find this change confusing, but as long as they provide the appropriate links to their students and follow Apple’s instructions, it shouldn’t be a problem.
You need to speed up a SQL Server app, but you only want to make index changes.
You don’t want to buy hardware, change SQL Server, or change the code.
Go to Settings Sounds (or Sounds & Haptics), and tap a tone, such as Ringtone.
Then, under Store, tap Tones (i OS 10) or Tone Store (i OS 11).
You haven’t been able to buy tones from the i Tunes Store on the Mac for some time.
To purchase tones, you must go through the i OS Settings app.
i Tunes U offers course material, some of it from major universities around the world, in the form of audio and video lectures, sometimes in conjunction with ebooks, PDFs, and other media.
Within i Tunes, i Tunes U was just another media kind in the Media Picker above the i Tunes sidebar.
Let’s look at those first, and then double back to apps.