After the new iOS 6.1.2 firmware arrived this morning apparently solving battery woes caused by an Exchange bug, and following up on the just released Java update that has patched a major vulnerability which led hackers to break into Apple employees’ computers, the Cupertino firm has just issued iTunes 11.0.2, a maintenance update. In addition to the various stability improvements and performance enhancements, the new version brings an all-new view for your music…
Per release notes, the 54.2MB software update brings a number of bug fixes and a few enhancements, most notably a new Composer view for Music, improved responsiveness when handling large playlists, and a bug fix for purchases that do not show up in iTunes.
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iTunes is a free download straight from Apple.
You can also update your copy by hitting the Updates tab in the Mac App Store.