The definitive list of songs used by Apple Inc. If there is a song that we don't have listed, or there are errors or omissions, use the form at the bottom of the page to let us know. This site evolved from the wikipedia page "List of Apple Music" that was unfortunately deleted. Please be sure to include what the song is and where it's used. Links are always helpful both to the source and the track. Apple Event in a flash video. The all-new Apple Music commercial. Recycling "Liam" video. More info courtesy of Allen Newman. Apple Pay — How to add a card on iPhone video.
The song was written and produced by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory for the duo's third album Supernature The song consists largely of a synthesizer and guitar arrangement, and has been described as "a dirty, decadent homage to Marc Bolan ". The song was released as the album's lead single in August to positive reviews from music critics. It was a commercial success, reaching the top forty on the majority of the charts it entered, and topped the United States dance chart. The song has been remixed a number of times and was nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 49th Grammy Awards in Goldfrapp began work on "Ooh La La" in late in a small rented house in the countryside of Bath , England.
Battles among behemoths are always entertaining to witness, as long as one can keep a safe distance. Sit back and watch. Apple has become what it once railed against: the behemoth seeking to control markets, block competition, and stifle innovation. All of this has the flavor of a choreographed dance. In short order on Thursday, Epic introduced the direct-payment option, Apple and Google removed the game from their app stores, and Epic filed its lawsuits. That suggests that whatever monopoly Apple is trying to enforce is a narrow one. More to the point, services are growing while iPhone sales are slowing. In the last fiscal year, Apple says, its gross margin on products — the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers — was
Originally a subject of contention within Apple, it has subsequently been called a watershed event  and a masterpiece  in advertising. In , The Clio Awards added it to its Hall of Fame, and Advertising Age placed it on the top of its list of 50 greatest commercials. The commercial opens with a dystopic , industrial setting in blue and grayish tones, showing a line of people of ambiguous gender marching in unison through a long tunnel monitored by a string of telescreens. This is in sharp contrast to the full-color shots of the nameless runner Anya Major. She looks like a competitive track and field athlete, wearing an athletic "uniform" red athletic shorts, running shoes, a white tank top with a cubist picture of Apple's Macintosh computer, a white sweat band on her left wrist, and a red one on her right , and is carrying a large brass-headed hammer. As she is chased by four police officers presumably agents of the Thought Police wearing black uniforms, protected by riot gear , helmets with visors covering their faces, and armed with large night sticks , she races towards a large screen with the image of a Big Brother -like figure David Graham , also seen on the telescreens earlier giving a speech:. Today, we celebrate the first glorious anniversary of the Information Purification Directives. We have created, for the first time in all history, a garden of pure ideology—where each worker may bloom, secure from the pests purveying contradictory truths.