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.
Apple's slightly overdue update to iTunes is out. Finally. It's a sizable re-imagining of a piece of software used by a massive amount of people. So you should probably take a minute or two to acquaint yourself with the new stuff. Here's what's changed.
Today Apple announced iTunes 11—a huge update with a totally new look. To tide you over until its release, which isn't until October, Apple this afternoon released iTunes 10.7, which includes support for iOS 6 and new iPod Nanos and Shuffles. Obviously it's an smaller, albeit necessary update, but we know there's a…
Just in time for the release of iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 comes iTunes 11, which has an even more streamlined appearance, "edge-to-edge" design, and more an overall more visual feel. But you'll have to wait until late October for it.