Apple has finally continued on its path of being the company that keeps on giving by releasing an updated version of its iTunes software. With the bumped version 12.3 of iTunes brings with it support for the recently released iOS 9, as well as amendments that have been introduced with the launch of OS X El Capitan in mind. Details on this can be found here, right after this fold.
Introduction of the latest version of iTunes inevitably brings with it the usual bug fixes and stability improvements, accostomed to seeing in all software updates. In addition to offering support for iOS 9 and amending parts of the app to fit in with OS X El Capitan, iTunes 12.3 also brings support forApple’s new 2-factor authentication process that has been designed to further secure a user’s Apple account and associated Apple ID.
Changelog focuses on a few of the more notable bug fixes and improvements that have been bundled in with iTunes 12.3. Improvements have been made to accessibility of Apple Music with changes around VoiceOver. Fix include for an accompained but that prevented reordering of songs as part of the “Up Next” feature. For those avid users of the iTunes Radio stations are pleased to learn that there’s a fix in place for radio stations that failed to appear in the Recently Played section of iTunes.
Here’s the full Apple provided changelog, as follows:
This update to iTunes adds support for iOS 9 and is designed for OS X El Capitan. It also:
– Improves Apple Music accessibility with VoiceOver
– Resolves a problem that prevented reordering of songs within Up Next
– Fixes a problem where some radio stations did not appear within Recently Played
– Addresses an issue where songs you loved on iOS did not appear love on iTunes
– Supports two-factor authentication to secure your Apple ID
This update also includes improvements to overall stability and performance.
Once finished your installation of iOS 9 on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, the latest version of iTunes can be grabbed and installed via Software Update mechanism within the Mac App Store on OS X and Apple Software Update Utility for those of you on Windows.
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