Start iTunes 10, find and select the song, right-click on the song name and select ‘Get Info’, then click on the Options tab in iTunes 10. Select the playback period of the song that you want to ringtone to be, make sure it’s 30 seconds. Click “OK” and then right click on the song again, and select “Create AAC version” in iTunes 10 to create a new version of the song with the 30 second interval you specified. Locate this newly created 30 second clip in iTunes 10.
Now in the Finder, rename the file extension from .m4a to .m4r. back in iTunes 10 remove the file from the playlist and then re-import the file into iTunes 10 by double clicking the .m4r file within the Finder or Windows.
The file will now be added back into iTunes 10 as a ringtone and you can do what you want with it. Sync it with your iPhone and assign to contacts as usual with custom iPhone ringtones
Now you can enjoy your free iPhone ringtones for iTunes 10!
The iTunes arrow store button will appear next to the song name, artist, album, genre and every other sort category in your iTunes 10. When you select a song in your iTunes 10, there will be a little arrow appeared next to the song name, These annoying iTunes arrows are useless for many iTunes 10 users, let’s see how to disable them.
Launch the Terminal in iTunes 10
Enter the following command:
Write com.apple.iTunes show-store-arrow-links -bool FALSE
Reenable the store arrow links enter the following command::
Write com.apple.iTunes show-store-arrow-links -bool TRUE
Quit and reopen iTunes 10 for changes to take effect.