Apple has made available to download iTunes 12.4.3 for Windows and Mac, which comes two weeks after version 12.4.2 of iTunes release, that fixed an issue causing playback issues when listening to Apple Music tracks shorter than 60 seconds.
Now, this new version 12.4.3 of iTunes update comes on the same day the Cupertino-based company released beta 4 developer preview seeds of iOS 10 for iPhone, iPad devices, macOS Sierra 10.12 for Macs, watchOS 3 for Apple Watch, and the tvOS 10 for the new fourth-gen Apple TV model.
The newly released iTunes 12.4.3 is a major update that fixes a bug that could literally cause playlist changes made on iOS devices to not appear in iTunes. According to the official changelog in iTunes from Apple:
“This update resolves an issue where playlist changes made on other devices may not appear in iTunes.”
Following the update, syncing should function as intended, with playlist changes showing up across all devices. It’s still a recommended upgrading to in order to have bug free and seamless experience over all your devices. To update to this latest version of iTunes, Mac users can jump over to Mac App Store right now and grab the 12.4.3 iTunes update from under Updates tab. Windows users are adviced to launch Apple Software Update utility and grab the update from there.
As usual, Apple has also made iTunes 12.4.3 available for both Windows and Mac platforms directly from apple.com/itunes/download.
There’s a major update to iTunes ready for release this fall to go along with the final public release of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, and with new iPhone and Macs.
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