Apple releases iTunes 11.1.4 with Wish List and language improvements

By , Jan 22, 2014

iTunes 11 (Albums)

Apple has released an update for iTunes this afternoon, bringing the software to version 11.1.4. Don’t get too excited though, it appears to just be a maintenance release with a handful of enhancements.

Those enhancements include the ability for you to view your Wish List while in your library, as well as improved support for Arabic and Hebrew languages. There are also the usual stability improvements…

Here are the release notes for version 11.1.4:

“This version of iTunes adds the ability to see your Wish List while viewing your iTunes library, improves support for Arabic and Hebrew, and includes additional stability improvements.”

Folks looking to grab the latest version of iTunes can find it either via the Mac App Store’s ‘Updates’ tab (the update comes in at 128MB), or you can find a direct download link on our Downloads page.

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  • 123bob

    Cool, cool cool!

  • Scott Curry

    I wonder if this has anything to do with the impending 7.1 iOS release…

  • David Gitman

    hebrew support? well damn

  • Sputnik09

    I see no “wish list” in my library. Even check inside setting and no love. Anyone….? Anyone….? Bueller….? Bueller…?

    • Curmudgeon

      It isn’t in the Library after all. But there is a hamburger button on the iTunes Store right next to the Library button that looks new to me with instant access to the Wish List, Previews, and Radio listens.

      Wished it gave instant access to the Preorders too, I would love it if they did.

  • Max Rojas

    how lame

  • Spycer0

    Or you can use the Apple Software Update program as well to update =D

  • ✪ aidan harris ✪

    If you mean is that right in the sense that it’s smaller than 64 then yes. You will always have slightly less space than quoted due to certain amounts allocated for system use only and because of the way its formatted (formatting any disks will reduce the amount of space available slightly).

  • jack

    True 64GB = 68,719,476,736 bytes. Apple’s 64GB = 64,000,000,000 bytes so you lose ~4.4GB only on this.. Adding what the other guy said you get that free space

  • smtp25

    Yeah I reckon its a scam! A consumer device like iPad’s and iPhones are marketed as a 16GB + device. But the useable is far less than that (14GB is not much ).

    Yes there is formatting and (binary vs decimal) calculations but still if you advertise something as 16GB,32,64,128 then for the cost of chips these days you should make it actually have that much

    115 of my 128GB iPad Air is not right .. especially with the amount they charge to go up in storage sizes

    • http://www.bearsstillsuck.com/ Simon

      Then you sir do not want to ever own a Microsoft Surface. Check out those numbers!
      As for Apple products, of course the software running the iPhone is going to take up some of that storage! Seems like a no brainier to me.

      • smtp25

        I fully understand why it is but think they should make up the shortfall or just have dedicated space for os although that wouldn’t be as flexible. Don’t call it iPhone 5S 16gb on a consumer non-technical product.

  • abdullah575

    yes Arabic !!!

  • Smoking and racin

    yeah its right…..ios7 is 8 gigs big…..

  • Smoking and racin

    i have a space grey 5s with 64 gigs i didn’t go 32 for the first time ever because i didn’t wanna choose which music i wanted it all on there….

  • Sir.Rhommi

    Does This Fix Any Of The Many iCloud Issues?

  • Prince

    is it safe for jailbreakers ?

  • thegravemind

    All I got out of it was an error during update, a ruined program, had to uninstall all apple products and restart and reinstall them as per the “fix”. Still having trouble installing. wooooo :/