Apple has just released iTunes 11.1 for Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. This version contains many bug fixes, iOS 7 support and iTunes Radio support. If you are planning to upgrade your device to iOS 7, this is the must-have software for you because the older versions don’t support the today’s iOS release.
Apple announced iOS 7 back in June and finally its release day has come following several beta releases. Apple releases beta versions to all those who have account with Apple’s iOS dev portal. The main purpose of these beta releases, as you know, is to fix the bugs before the final and public build and more over is to allow the developers to make their apps compatible with the coming iOS.
Apple has just released the new and major update of iTunes 11 which is available for download on Apple’s official site. If you visit the iTunes’s official page, you will see the download link for iTunes 11. But in case you still see the old version, then you’ll have to wait few hours because the change propagation may take some time for your region.
After a month delay, iTunes 11 release is expected tomorrow. WSJ reports that it will be available for download Thursday, however we have still no confirmation from any official channel.
Apple has just seeded iTunes 10.5 beta 9 to developers, which can be downloaded logging into Apple’s Developer Program. Since the date of”Let’s Talk iPhone” event is approaching near, iTunes 10.5 beta 9 seems the last beta before it goes public. Apple is expected to release the final and public build of iTunes 10.5 (or may be iTunes 11) in the first half of October.
Oh, Look! Here is another beta release of iTunes! This time Apple introduces a new feature in iTunes 10.5 beta 6.1 which is called iTunes Match. iTunes Match feature allows users to upload the songs to Apple’ cloud.
iTunes 10.4.1 has just been released by Apple bringing fixes for minor bugs and performance related issues. iTunes 10.4.1 is available for download from Apple’s iTunes download page for both Mac and Windows machines.
New beta versions of iOS 5 and iTunes 10.5, that are iOS 5 beta 6 and iTunes 10.5 beta 6, were seeded to developers yesterday. These new releases can be downloaded after logging in iPhone Developer Account provided you have already purchased a membership from Apple which costs $99 per year. However, if you don’t have legal account or the UDID of your devices is registered with Apple by any of your friend who has got developer account and you want to sync your device with iTunes after you have updated it to iOS 5 beta 6, you can get the download links at the bottom of this post.
As you know Apple has seeded iOS 5 beta 5 to developers just few minutes ago but, according to the reports, the developers will need iTunes 10.5 beta 5 to install this latest beta on their idevices. However, iTunes 10.5 beta 5 will not be required if you are updating your device wirelessly, through Over the Air update.
Apple released iTunes 10.3 about two days ago but today the company has released an emergency update to fix some unmentioned critical issues. The official changelog doesn’t state any changes in this update. However it is believed that iTunes 10.3.1 fixes the sync problems which are being faced by some users, and it also includes a fix for “unknown error (-50)” some users are getting while synchronizing their devices.
After announcing iOS 5, OS X Lion and new service called iCloud, Apple has release iTunes 10.3 to support the new features present in iOS 5. Apart from other enhancements and bug fixes, iTunes 10.3 automatically downloads the music, app or/and book to all your iOS devices. You can also download the certain content for certain devices.
Looks like is facing a severe problem with its iTunes activation servers. Testimony to the fact is an eleven pagelength thread floating on Apple’s Support Communities where scores of users have reported their ordeal and have expressed their dismay. It seems like that this glitch has rendered many users with bricked iDevices in their hands, including but not limited to bricked iPads, iPhones and iPod touch.