New on iTunes: Taylor Swift, iBooks 3, Iron Man 3, American Horror Story, and More
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Taylor Swift explores dance pop rhythms and the pitfalls of romance on her latest album, Red. If you've purchased previous singles like "I Knew You Were Trouble" and "State of Grace," get the album at a discounted rate.
Be well-read with iBooks and all its latest features. Now all your purchases are shown in your library, whether they're stored locally or in iCloud, and access is as easy as a tap. iBooks 3 also supports book updates, so if your purchases have new or additional content, you can download the updated version for free.
Stream the trailer for the superhero's return to the big screen on May 3, 2013 from your computer or iPad, and catch up on his background with a selection of related movies, graphic novels, TV shows, and more.
Returning just in time for Halloween, one of the most gruesome and hair-raising shows on TV premieres with Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice coach Adam Levine guest starring as a creepy pop singer on his honeymoon visiting the 12 most haunted places in America.
iBooks 3 requires at least iOS 6 on a iPhone 3GS or later, iPod touch (4th generation) or later, or an iPad 2 or later.
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