TunesKit DRM Removal Products Now Work Perfectly with iTunes 12.7

TunesKit, the top leader in DRM removal field, officially upgraded its featured DRM removal products for Mac, including DRM Media Converter, DRM Audio Converter, and Apple Music Converter by adding the perfect support to iTunes 12.7 on macOS 10.12 Sierra or lower. Till now, all TunesKit DRM media converter for Mac and Windows would work perfectly with the latest iTunes v.12.7 when removing DRM protection from iTunes M4V videos, Audible audiobooks, as well as Apple Music songs, etc.

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Along with other new world-shocking products like iPhone 8, iPhone X, Apple TV 4K, Apple also launched the new version of iTunes 12.7 on the occasion of its tenth anniversary. Once it’s released, iTunes users can download the new upgrade for both Mac and Windows. However, TunesKit DRM removal product users, especially those using the Mac versions must have found that those tools can’t work as expected once the iTunes was upgraded to v.12.7. As a professional and customer-oriented iTunes DRM removal solution provider in the world, TunesKit R&D team began to seek for the fix as soon as the error occurred. Thanks to persistent hard work and continuous tests, they finally made a breakthrough on this issue and found the ultimate solution, making TunesKit the first developer that fixed the iTunes 12.7 incompatibility error in DRM removal area.

“Apple has strengthened its DRM encryption method with the release of iTunes 12.7. Therefore the old decrypting core used by TunesKit DRM removers can’t suppose to work any more.Fortunately, our programmers invented a new advanced DRM cracking technique completely different with the old one and it apparently turns out to working pretty well.” said Lee, TunesKit R&D director. “We also received some customers’ concern about converting the new 4K iTunes movie content with TunesKit. As a result, we’ll keep testing the program on our end and try our best to support those 4K movies in the near future.”

To sum up, no matter you are using the Mac or Windows version of TunesKit DRM media converting software, you can go ahead to upgrade your iTunes to 12.7 without worrying about the compatibility at all. However, Mac users should be well noted that the solution for iTunes 12.7 on macOS 10.13 High Sierra is still under development. Therefore those newly released TunesKit DRM removal products for Mac can only work well for iTunes 12.7 under macOS 10.12 or earlier.

To get the latest versions of the upgraded TunesKit Mac products, please either use the built-in auto upgrading or download the latest setup files from TunesKit Download Center.

 

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The Biggest Announcements of Apple WWDC 2017: iOS 11, HomePod, iMac Pro …

Apple’s WWDC 2017 keynote just wrapped, where key executives Craig Federighi, Phil Schiller, and, of course, Tim Cook, took the stage to announce updates headed to iPhones, MacBooks, Apple TV, and more.

The rumors for this year’s WWDC came in the final hours leading up to the event, with hints of new hardware and, of course, software news for developers to help prep the release of consumer updates in the fall. We were also anticipating the company to finally take Siri up against the likes of Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant on the hardware and smart home front — and it looks like it arrived in the form of the Apple HomePod.

Here are the highlights from today’s keynote.

Apple Announces HomePod Speaker to Take on Amazon Echo and Sonos

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So let’s get the Siri speaker rumors out of the way: it turns out Apple wasn’t quite aiming its smart speaker to go against just Amazon Echo and Google Home, but also the Sonos home entertainment speakers. Called the HomePod, it uses spacial awareness to tune and better fill the room with sound based on the space it’s in. It also has a “Musicologist” feature that works with Apple Music to stream the music you ask the speaker’s built-in Siri to play. You can even ask more complex, music-related questions like “Who’s the drummer in this song?” or “What album came out on this day 20 years ago?”
The HomePod will be available in two colors — black or white — and will integrate Siri in an Amazon Echo / Google Home-like use case. You can ask it to control smart home devices and check the day’s weather and news briefings. Apple priced the HomePod at $349, with plans to ship it in December first to customers in the US, UK, and Australia. It will enter more international markets next year. Check out our hands-on with the HomePod for a first look.

iMac Pro Introduced, Alongside Updated Desktop Specs

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Apple’s introducing updated iMac desktops with improved Retina displays, graphics boosts, Kaby Lake processors, and USB-C. They will also support graphics for VR content creation. During the keynote, Apple demoed this by showing off a VR game featuring Darth Vader, a lightsaber, and TIE fighter.
There’s a new iMac Pro as well, with a 5K display with improved cooling capacity, and 8-core Xeon processor (upgradeable up to 18-core,) up to 4TB of SSD, up to 128GB of ECC memory, four Thunderbolt 3 ports, and built-in 10GB Ethernet.

The new iMac starts at $1,099 for the 21.5-inch model, and $1,299 for the 4K model. MacBooks will get upgraded, too; the MacBook Pro starting at $1,299, which includes the updated Kaby Lake processor. The iMac Pro starts at $4,999, and ships in December.

iOS 11 Comes with Improved Siri, Automatic Do Not Disturb Driving Mode, iMessage Features

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The new version of iOS software has some pretty social updates, such as an update to Siri that has improved speech, the ability to help translate sentences into different languages, and on-device learnings that suggest actions based on what you do on your iPhone or iPad. iMessages now live in the iCloud, with synchronized conversations that you can delete from any device you own that are under the same account. You can also pay and receive payments from contacts through iMessage — so no more Venmo or Square Cash if you don’t want to download extra apps.

Photo capture is also improved, with better low-light performance, and the ability to edit Live Photos so you can change the key still image or trim the video. There’s a new control center as well, which relies a lot on 3D Touch and condenses most controls on the lower half of the screen without looking cluttered.

There’s also a new safety feature that recognizes when a user is driving and automatically turns on Do Not Disturb to prevent distractions. When you’re available to be more social, you can now head to Apple Music to see what your friends are listening to and check out shared playlists.

Lastly, the App Store has been redesigned for better discovery and a How To section for tips on how to use various popular apps. Apple’s also bringing back the “App of the Day” section to promote users to open the App Store more frequently.

iOS 11 for iPad Brings Windows-Esque Multitasking Abilities

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On the iPad, iOS 11 improves multitasking that lets users pull up an app from the dock and drag it onto the screen to split the screen. Similar to what you can do on a MacBook, you can use touch to hold and drag folders, files, or photos and drop them in a different app such as Mail or iMessage. Handwritten text from an Apple Pencil will also be searchable from the Notes app. Apple claims it uses “deep learning” to recognize penmanship.

Apple also talked briefly about the Files app that leaked a few hours before the keynote kicked off, which is just a management system that you can use to sort files by size and date, similar to how you’d go through your files on a desktop or laptop.

Apple Lets Developers Make More Immersive Apps with Arkit

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Just as Lauren Goode predicted, Apple introduced a new ARKit to let developers build augmented reality apps for the iPhone. The kit can help find planes, track motion, and estimate scale and ambient lighting. Popular apps like Pokémon Go will also use ARKit for improved real-time renders.

Rather than requiring external hardware like Microsoft’s HoloLens, Apple seems to be betting on ARKit to provide impressive quality imaging through a device most people already own. We’ll know more on how the quality actually compares when we get to try it out ourselves.

10.5-inch iPad Pro Introduced

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The iPad Pro will now be available in three different sizes, with a new 10.5-inch model introduced today. There’s a 12-megapixel camera, just like the iPhone 7, with a 7MP selfie cam. It supports USB 3.0 and has 10 hours of battery life.

There’s a new feature called ProMotion which reduces the Apple Pencil’s latency to 20 milliseconds. It can automatically adjust the refresh rate based on what you’re watching (fast-moving video versus still image). ProMotion also doubles the refresh rate to up to 120Hz.

The 10.5-inch iPad Pro will be available starting with a 64GB configuration at $649; it’s available to order now and shipping next week.

The New MacOS Is Named High Sierra. Yep

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The upcoming version of macOS will be called High Sierra, and it comes with updates to Safari that help block site trackers and autoplaying videos. Apple’s also added new photo-editing tools like curves (helpful for those who don’t have Adobe Photoshop), and it has better filtering tools to sort images by keywords or faces.

An updated file management system will be a part of the update as well, which speeds up directory cloning with native encryption. On the graphics end, there’s a second version of Metal, support for VR, and a Metal 2 developer kit that you can order with an AMD GPU to tune apps for external graphics.

WatchOS 4 Brings New Siri Watchface, Fitness Coaching, and A New App-Browsing UI

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An update for the Apple Watch is coming which introduces new faces that display different types of informations, such as Siri reminders or more visual ones that feature Toy Story characters a la Mickey Mouse. There’s also a fitness-focused update, which includes monthly challenges to encourage the wearer to get more active and NFC-enabled data sharing where the user can tap their Apple Watch on gym equipment to pair the two, sharing the most accurate calorie burn and activity information.
There’s also a new Music app to make finding and playing music via the Apple Watch more visual — you can now use a new dock layout to scroll through recently opened apps.
Original source: https://www.theverge.com/2017/6/5/15722994/apple-wwdc-2017-news-highlights-recap.

TunesKit DRM Media Converter Software Perfectly Support iTunes 12.6 Now

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April 13, 2017 – TunesKit studio, the well-known DRM removal solution provider in the world, officially upgraded three featured DRM removing tools for Mac, including DRM M4V Converter, DRM Audiobook Converter and Apple Music Converter by fixing the iTunes 12.6 incompatibility issue on OSX 10.11 or macOS 10.12. Now with these new releases, all TunesKit Mac users running iTunes 12.6 could easily remove DRM protection from iTunes movies, TV shows, audiobooks, and Apple Music songs as straightforward as before, without turning off SIP or making other extra settings any more.

Prior to this latest update, these Mac products provided temporary solution that would require users of OSX EI Capitan or Sierra disable SIP settings in order to run the DRM media converters successfully under iTunes 12.6. But as one of the top leaders in developing DRM removal solutions worldwide who always goes ahead of the queue, TunesKit Software has been seeking for the permanent and perfect solution to this issue ever since. Due to advanced technique and persistent testing, TunesKit R&D team completely fixed the iTunes 12.6 conversion failure, making it the first one to perfectly support iTunes 12.6 on Mac, while other competitive products still asking users doing complicated procedure in advance in order to run the DRM media converters under iTunes 12.6.

“Except the perfect support to iTunes 12.6, these three DRM removers also introduced other updates, such as performance optimization, including the improved conversion speed, conversion stability, etc. Till now, all TunesKit Mac products, including DRM M4V Converter for Mac, Apple Music Converter for Mac, DRM Audiobook Converter for Mac, Audible Converter for Mac, as well as iBook Copy for Mac are fully compatible with macOS 10.12, OS X 10.11, 10.10, 10.9, 10.8 and the latest iTunes 12.6.” said Andres, the TunesKit marketing manager. “If you are Windows users, you should also be well noted that all TunesKit DRM removal products for PC work perfectly with iTunes 12.6 even a while ago.”

More about TunesKit Mac DRM Removal Tools: Key Features, How to Upgrade

DRM Media Converter for Mac – It’s an all-in-one iTunes DRM removing solution to losslessly remove FairPlay DRM from iTunes movies and TV shows by converting the M4V videos to lossless MP4, M4V or other common video and audio formats for any popular device.

DRM Audiobook Converter for Mac – A powerful DRM audiobook converter to convert both iTunes and Audible audiobooks from AA, AAX, M4A, M4B to DRM-free MP3, AAC, M4A, WAV, FLAC with chapters and ID tags kept.

Apple Music Converter for Mac – Smart DRM removal tool to convert offline Apple Music streams from M4P to AAC, M4A, MP3, WAV, FLAC, etc. so that subscribers could keep the songs even after unsubscribing.

To get the latest versions of those newly upgraded Mac products, please simply use the built-in upgrading or download the latest setup file from TunesKit Download Center.

TunesKit Unveiled Free Video Cutter to Losslessly Cut Any Video

After a long time of developing and testing, TunesKit Software, the professional DRM removal solution provider, officially unveiled its first video editing software called TunesKit Free Video Cutter, which is an innovative video cutting tool that can cut any video with 100% lossless quality for both Mac and PC users.

TunesKit Free Video Cutter is designed to meet the requirement of quick video editing for beginners. Smart, simple yet powerful, that may be the first impression of everyone who uses the new app. By releasing such an easy-to-use free video trimmer, TunesKit offers the free solution for the video lovers to trim and rearrange their collected footages to small and new movie clips easily.

“This new video cutter is mainly developed as a complementary product to our existing DRM media converter.” said Andres, TunesKit marketing manager. “Those users who convert the iTunes movies and videos may have the need to cut and edit the DRM-free videos for some reason. The newly released TunesKit Free Video Cutter would be their best assistant in this case.”

Key Features of TunesKit Video Cutter Freeware

Differ from other professional video editing software which comes with dazzling editing features like PIP, voice over, transition, overlay effect, etc., TunesKit Free Video Cutter doesn’t have any clumsy button or function. It is specially designed for cutting and merging videos only with core features as below:

* Support all the popular video formats, like MP4, M4V, MOV, MPEG, AVI, and much more
* Timeline based editing window, precise trimming settings by adjusting the slider or inputting a value
* Preserve 100% lossless quality when cutting the videos
* Support merging multiple video segments from the same video into a brand new movie
* Support to preview newly created video before exporting
* Cut videos to small pieces at 50X faster speed that surpasses most professional video editors

All these amazing features make TunesKit Free Video Cutter one of the best video splitters in the market no matter you want to cut large videos to small segments, or merge the different video clips from the same movie into a new clip.

About TunesKit

TunesKit Studio is a professional multimedia software developer dedicated to providing the best DRM removal solutions and services, including iTunes DRM Video Converter,  DRM Audiobook Converter, Apple Music Converter, iBook Copy for Mac and Windows platforms to customers throughout the world based on the personal use only. As a reliable DRM removal solution provider, the company also offers free and prompt online support for all users. Currently TunesKit Studio already have millions of active users who are speaking highly of their DRM removal products. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2017 TunesKit Studio. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

Last Call of New Year Sale: Get TunesKit DRM Media Converter at Lowest Price Ever

TunesKit time-limited New Year sale is coming to an end soon. If you are looking for the biggest discounts on DRM removal solutions, you should take your chance now. Launched on December 19, 2016, TunesKit Christmas & New Year holiday sale is set to be expired on Jan 31st, 2017.

During the promotion period of TunesKit New Year special offer, users are able to enjoy super discounts on all TunesKit featured DRM removal tools, including the iTunes DRM M4V Converter, iTunes Audiobook Converter, Audible Converter, iBook Copy, Apple Music M4P Converter, as well as some best valued DRM media converter bundles. The discounts are ranged from 20% to up to 70% off. For example, you can get the full lifetime version of TunesKit Audible Converter at $9.95 only.

If you are looking for the ultimate tool to remove DRM from iTunes M4V movies and TV shows, you should buy TunesKit DRM M4V Converter. As an all-in-one iTunes DRM cracker, it’s designed to losslessly remove DRM encryption from iTunes movie purchases and rentals, TV episodes, and music videos by converting the protected M4V videos to DRM-free formats, including MP4, M4V, MOV, AVI, FLV, MP3, AAC, etc. Now this powerful DRM M4V converter is sold at $35 only with 20% off from the original price of $45.

For audiobook users, you can get the full version of TunesKit Audible Converter with $9.95 only by saving $20 over the original price. With this smart tool, you’ll easily and losslessly kill DRM from Audible AA, AAX audiobooks and convert them to popular audio formats, like MP3, M4A, AAC, M4B, etc. with all metadata retained at up to 100X faster speed.

If the audiobooks you want to convert are bought from iTunes Store, TunesKit DRM Audiobook Converter could be the better choice. It’s able to bypass DRM from both iTunes and Audible audiobooks. The main difference between the TunesKit Audiobook Converter and TunesKit Audible Converter is that Audible Converter bypasses the DRM from Audible audiobooks straightforward without requiring users to authorize the account in advance, while the Audiobook Converter has to work together with iTunes for account authorization.

Other amazing tools from TunesKit such as iBook Copy for Mac, Apple Music Converter are also on sale with 20% off discount. You can use them to get rid of DRM from the locked iBooks ePub files as well as Apple Music M4P songs. If you need to convert different media types at the same time, you can buy the special DRM media converter bundles from TunesKit. The discounts of those bundles range from 50% to 60% off.

Please kindly note that all the special offers provided by TunesKit include both Windows and Mac versions, with the exception of iBook Copy, which is only available for Mac machines. For more details about the discounts of this holiday sale, please visit TunesKit promotion page: http://www.tuneskit.com/2016-xmas-sales.html.

About TunesKit Software

TunesKit Studio is a professional multimedia software developer dedicated to providing the best DRM removal solutions and services for home users, including iTunes DRM M4V Video Converter, DRM Audiobook Converter, Apple Music Converter and iBook DRM Remover to customers throughout the world. As a reliable DRM removal solution provider, TunesKit also offers free life-long software upgrade and prompt online support for users.

TunesKit Released New Audible DRM Remover called Audible Converter

TunesKit studio officially launched a new DRM cracker on its website called TunesKit Audible Converter. Unlike its existing Audiobook Converter, and the other common Audible audiobook converters that will require the users to install iTunes and authorize the Audible account before conversion, this new application seems to be more innovative and promising since it can easily remove DRM from any Audible audio book by converting the AA, AAX files to unprotected MP3, AAC, M4A, FLAC, etc. without account authorization while at the same time the conversion speed could get up to 100X, much faster than any other Audible audiobook converters in the market.

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As a unique DRM removal solution exclusively developed for Audible users, TunesKit Audible Converter makes removing DRM from Audible audiobooks the easiest ever. Anyone can handle it well even for those who are not skillful to computer. Thanks to the advanced DRM decrypting processor adopted by TunesKit Audible Converter, this smart audiobook conversion tool is capable of stripping DRM from audiobooks downloaded from Audible.com as well as converting the DRM-locked formats from AA, AAX to common MP3, M4A, M4B, FLAC, AAC, OGG, AIFF, APE, FLAC, WMA, WAV, M4R, MKA, AU, etc. with original metadata, ID3 tags and chapters preserved.

In addition to those popular audio formats, TunesKit DRM Audible Converter also allows users choose lossless audio as output by retaining the parameters like audio codec, channel, bit rate, sample rate, etc. as the exactly the same as original audiobooks. What’s more, it supports audio splitting. That’s to say, users can split the large audiobook into small segments according to their own requirements either by time frame or chapters while converting the DRM-ed Audible books.

Another advantage of TunesKit Audible Audiobook Converter over other programs is the super speedy conversion at 100X. Since it doesn’t need to work together with iTunes or any other extra hardware or virtual CD driver, it will convert the hours-long DRM-ed Audible audiobooks within a few seconds only.

TunesKit Audible Converter is available for both Mac and Windows platforms. It’s fully compatible with the latest macOS Sierra 10.12 and OS X 10.8 or later, and Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP as well. It will get frequent updates to support every new upcoming release of computer system and Audible DRM technology afterwards.

TunesKit DRM M4V Converter v.3.0.4 Supports macOS Sierra 10.12 Now

TunesKit studio recently launched its updated DRM M4V Converter for Mac to fully support the latest macOS Sierra 10.12 beta. Now Mac users who are running the macOS Sierra could easily remove DRM from their iTunes M4V movies and TV episodes with the newest v.3.0.4 of TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Mac.

TunesKit DRM M4V Converter is a powerful DRM removal solution for iTunes users developed to completely crack DRM lock from the protected iTunes M4V movies and TV shows while converting the M4V video files to common MP4, MOV, M4V, AVI, etc. with lossless quality preserved. Due to the advanced DRM removal core, TunesKit DRM M4V Converter is supposed to work faster than any other similar iTunes converters.

Now with the newly upgraded TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Mac, users are able to convert the DRM-ed M4V videos to DRM-free videos on macOS 10.12 with the latest iTunes 12.5 smoothly. Besides, users who are running Mac OS X 10.11.6 or lower could also run TunesKit M4V Converter for DRM removal on iTunes movies.

About TunesKit

TunesKit is a professional multimedia software developer dedicated to providing the best DRM removal solutions and services, including iTunes DRM M4V Video Converter, DRM Audiobook Converter, Apple Music Converter, iBook DRM Copy for Mac and Windows platforms to customers for personal use throughout the world. Currently TunesKit already have millions of active users who are speaking highly of their DRM removal products.

TunesKit Launched Its Apple Music Converter to Remove DRM from Apple Music

Based on customers’ request to remove DRM encryption from Apple Music audio tracks, TunesKit studio recently introduced a new member to its DRM removal family, that is, TunesKit Apple Music Converter for Mac (Windows). Now with this perfect DRM removal solution for Apple Music, users who subscribed Apple Music service could take full control over their Apple Music songs by completely cracking DRM lock from the offline Apple Music M4P tracks so that they can enjoy those music streams on non-Apple media players and devices as they wish.

As a top-leading music-streaming service in the world, Apple Music has already exceeded 15 million subscribers so far and the number is fast growing every single day. New subscribers will get a 3-month free trial and pay $9.9 subscription fee per month when the free trial ends. During the subscription, users are allowed to download and stream any music track from Apple Music to their iOS and Apple-related devices. However, due to the DRM copyright protection, they are prohibited from streaming the downloaded Apple Music songs to non-Apple media players for playback. In this case, TunesKit DRM Apple Music Converter is launched to help Apple Music subscribers get away from DRM restriction by unlocking DRM protection from the offline M4P songs they download with Apple Music so that they can keep those audio tracks forever even if they unsubscribe Apple Music. Besides, this smart Apple Music DRM removal tool also works with the DRM-encrypted M4P songs downloaded from iTunes store a few years ago.

Thanks to the innovative DRM decryption core, TunesKit Apple Music Converter is able to convert the DRM-ed Apple Music files from M4P to DRM-free MP3, AAC, WAV, M4A, M4B and FLAC while preserving the original ID tags and metadata, including track number, title, artist, album, genre and duration, etc. By striping DRM from Apple Music songs with this powerful DRM cracker, Apple Music users can freely transfer the unprotected Apple Music songs, albums and playlists to any device to enjoy, including iPod, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Sony, Lenovo, Zune, and other MP3 players.

Like other DRM removal programs within TunesKit product line, TunesKit DRM Apple Music Converter is well-designed with a clean interface and neat buttons. Every one could handle the DRM removal process easily with a few clicks only. And unlike some traditional audio encoders, TunesKit Apple Music Converter doesn’t need any extra hardware or virtual CD driver. “Due to the advanced encoding accelerator, TunesKit Apple Music Converter boasts a super fast conversion speed at 30X, much faster than any other similar Apple Music crackers in the market,” said Andres, the marketing director of TunesKit.

TunesKit Upgraded DRM M4V Converter for Mac to Support More Output Profiles

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TunesKit Studio releases TunesKit DRM Converter for Mac 3.0.1, an important update to their popular DRM removal solution for OS X. Get full control over the media items you legally purchased from iTunes Store. With this new release, users can easily remove the DRM lock from iTunes videos while converting the protected M4V files to unprotected videos, including MP4, MOV, M4V, AVI, MKV, FLV, as well as MP3, M4A, AAC and other audio formats.

As the industry-leading DRM removal solutions provider, TunesKit Studio recently released a major update of its featured iTunes DRM Media Converter for Mac to v.3.0.1 with more impressive features introduced, including more output media formats, preset profiles of popular devices, re-designed new user interface, etc. Now with the newest version of TunesKit M4V Converter for Mac, users can easily remove DRM lock from iTunes rented and purchased videos while converting the encrypted M4V files to DRM-free MP4, M4V, MOV, AVI, FLV, MPG, and other common video and even audio formats with lossless quality.

Differs from the previous versions that can only convert DRM-ed iTunes movies to lossless DRM-free MP4, the latest release of TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Mac v.3.0.1 adds full support to more popular output media formats, such as MP4, M4V, MOV, AVI, MKV, MPG, 3GP, FLV, SWF videos, as well as common audios, like MP3, AAC, M4A , etc. It still supports 1080P full HD iTunes movies conversion while keeping the original video quality, AC3 5.1 surround audio, closed captions for lossless MP4 and M4V output. Besides, it allows users to customize the output video and audio parameters, such as the bit rate, codec, size, channel, etc.

The updated TunesKit DRM Media Converter also adds multiple preset output profiles for popular mobile devices, including Apple iPhone 6S, iPhone 6, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, Samsung Galaxy, HTC One, PS4, Xbox 360, Google Nexus, Sony Xperia, and other Android phones or tablets. Thanks to those convenient ready-made profiles, TunesKit users could now transfer the iTunes M4V videos to any media playing devices for watching more easily.

The other big change of the new DRM Media Converter is the brand new user interface. In order to make it more clean and easy-to-use, TunesKit developers re-designed the interface with simpler layout, larger operation window and neat buttons. Any user can handle the software with ease, even for those who are not skillful to computers. It only takes a few clicks to get rid of DRM completely from a protected iTunes video file.

In addition to those major updates, TunesKit DRM Media Converter for Mac also fixed some minor bugs and optimized the product performance as well. Despite of the new benefits, some long existing great features, like the 30X faster conversion speed, and batch conversion are also retained in the new version. With all these stunning features, TunesKit iTunes DRM M4V Converter for Mac is expected to provide users a better DRM removal experience.

Till now, TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Mac is fully compatible with the latest Mac OS X EI Capitan 10.11.6, 10.10, 10.9 and 10.8 with the latest iTunes v.12.4 installed. And it will get frequent updates to support every new upcoming release of Mac OS and iTunes version.

According to Andres, the product manager of TunesKit, similar update for their Windows version of DRM Media Converter is under progress now and will be launched very soon.

More about TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Mac

TunesKit for Mac is one of the best iTunes DRM removal tools in the world specially designed to easily and completely remove FairPlay DRM encryption from purchased and rented iTunes movies, TV shows and music videos by converting the protected MPEG-4, well known as M4V, to unprotected media formats, such as MP4, M4V (non-DRM), MOV, AVI, FLV, SWF, MPG, 3GP, MP3, AAC, M4A, etc. with high quality. By adopting an advanced DRM decrypting technology, this smart iTunes DRM cracker is also able to keep the original AC3 5.1 surround audio, closed captions, and multilingual subtitles as you like. It could be the ultimate iTunes DRM removal solution that empowers you get away from FairPlay DRM lock and ever since get full control over the media items you legally purchased from iTunes store.

TunesKit DRM M4V Converter Fully Supports Mac OS X 10.11.6 Now

In order to fully support the latest beta release of Mac OS X 10.11.6, TunesKit studio upgraded its featured DRM Media Converter for Mac to v.2.9.2. Mac users can now upgrade their TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Mac to the latest version to remove DRM protection from iTunes M4V movies and TV shows on Mac OS X 10.11.6 beta.

Although the official release of Mac EI Capitan 10.11.6 is yet to come, many TunesKit users who have already upgraded to the 10.11.6 beta reported some problems in using TunesKit DRM M4V Converter to remove DRM from iTunes movies on the specific Mac OS X version. The common issue is that the output iTunes video files by TunesKit have no image or green screen with only audio tracks while playing back. In order to fix the problem, TunesKit R&D team keeps working and finally get the solution after repeatedly testing. Now with the newest v.2.9.2 of TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Mac, users are able to easily and completely strip DRM off from iTunes movie rentals and purchases without problem as before.

Now all Mac users can get the most up-to-date version of TunesKit DRM Media Converter for Mac from the official website or using the built-in auto-upgrading feature within the program.

Official link: http://www.tuneskit.com/tuneskit-for-mac.html

More About TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Mac

TunesKit DRM M4V Converter for Mac is an all-in-one iTunes DRM removal solution for Mac users that is developed to crack DRM lock from iTunes videos, including the protected music videos, movie rentals and purchases, and TV episodes. While bypassing the DRM restriction from the M4V files, this smart DRM remover is also able to convert the protected M4V videos to common MP4 format with 100% original quality preserved. That’s to say, it can keep the original AAC stereo audio, AC3 5.1 Dolby sound, subtitles, closed captions, etc. in the output DRM-free video files. It works at 20x faster speed due to the advanced and innovative DRM decryption method. Once the DRM is successfully cracked from the iTunes media, customers won’t be restricted by the limit any more so that they can enjoy any iTunes movie on non-Apple devices as they like.

How to Remove DRM from iTunes M4V on Mac 10.11.6 with TunesKit

It only takes a few steps to completely bypass DRM control from iTunes movies or episodes by using TunesKit DRM Media Converter.

  1. Install TunesKit v.2.9.2 on Mac OS X 10.11.6 or lower.
  2. Launch TunesKit and add the iTunes M4V videos by clicking “Add Files” button.
  3. Click “Convert” button to start to remove DRM from iTunes files.