Apple’s iTunes would be playing the major roll in software updates related to iOS, watchOS, and OS X, which has today received another new version of upgrade. iTunes 12.3.1 for Windows and Mac comes just over a month after the release of 12.3.
The latest version 12.3.1 of iTunes is relatively minor update and doesn’t bring any real user-facing changes to write home about. But nevertheless, it contains the obligatory bug fixes, enhancements, and overall improvements that Apple will be hoping provides an improved user-experience to those interacting with the software.
Given the fact that Apple has invested a lot of time and financial resources into building and releasing Apple Music, a service that is predominently accessed directly via iTunes on desktop. Stability and performance is key factors to keep users engaged with the streaming service. With the release of iTunes version 12.3.1, Apple introduced dedicated support for iOS devices running iOS 9 and iOS 9.1, offered support for Apple’s latest version of OS X, 10.11 El Capitan.
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Although, the ongoing point upgrades of iTunes 12 continue to build on a major overhaul of the long-running software that was introduced with the launch of OS X Yosemite back in 2014. It’s highly likely that iPad Pro maker will continue to bring small improvements and enhancements over the course of next few months.
The update is a minor one, with the release notes only saying it improves overall stability and performance. Once you downloaded the latest version of OS X, iOS, and watchOS if appicable, iTunes version 12.3.1 can be obtained directly via the usual mechanisms from the Update section of Apple’s Mac App Store on OS X, and Apple’s Software Update Utility on Windows.
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