iTunes 11 is the best thing to happen to Apple's media hub in a long time. But while the cosmetic changes are nice, there are still plenty of underlying problems with iTunes that need to be addressed. At its core, iTunes is still just a shopping mall with a snazzy jukebox attached. But it could be so much more.
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iTunes 11 has arrived, dispensing with the outdated mediocrity of iTunes 10. We couldn't wait to get our hands on the app's redesigned interface. Here's a look at the beautiful new design that might bring frustrated users back to Apple's beleaguered media player.
Eddy Cue, Apple's senior vice president of Internet Software and Services and Ferrari board member, is Apple's do-everything, fix-any-problem man. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, he's the guy who's in charge of fixing Apple Maps and Siri.
You know, I had almost forgotten about iTunes 11. Apple promised to overhaul the way we use its jukebox software months ago, and we haven't heard a peep about it since then. A leaked email, purportedly from Apple, points to Cupertino shipping the new software in a few short days.
Apple today announced iTunes 11, and it appears to be a huge update with a totally new look. To tide you over until its October release, Apple has just released iTunes 10.7, which includes support for iOS 6 and new iPod Nanos and Shuffles. It's a smaller albeit necessary update that we know will be followed in a few weeks by the big one.
According to a report by 9-to-5 Mac, Apple dev teams are already hard at work on the next major release of iTunes. Here's what it could include