Frustration Among iTunes Users

Users of Apple's iTunes complain music was deleted from their account without permission.
0:57 | 05/16/16

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In today's tech bikes there's some frustration among iTunes users apple says it's been working on a fixed after some users said music was deleted from their accounts. Without their permission. The company admits that it. Hasn't quite identified the cause of the problem yet but it's still working on an update for release this week. Meanwhile Amazon is poised to launch some new lines of private label brands. The move is expected to include Amazon's first major push into perishable food should they will include nuts baby food T even coffee. In addition to diapers laundry detergent and other household items. And if fewer big Simpsons fan then the problem in a lump in the ship's generator by Frankie act. It lets users search their fifteen seasons of the hit television show for specific quote. And then you can try to quell into an animated just an army times doughnuts and here here up. Lizards expects had a great day.

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